"Historians first uncovered the apparent truth about Goree in the 1990s. But almost 20 years later, the site’s emotional power is still strong – as is its prominent place in a history that it actually had very little to do with. But that might be about something much bigger than just the persistence of myth or the challenge in overturning a too-good-to-be-true story."
In The Washington Post, Max Fisher explores Goree Island in history and memory.
As does Adam Goodheart in a 2003 New York Times article.