A Fresh Look at the Underground Railroad with Professor Cheryl J. LaRoche
Professor Cheryl J. LaRoche lectures on her new book, Free Black Communities & the Underground Railroad: The Geography of Resistance. The work explores how the free black community assisted the escapes of enslaved runaways in three Midwest communities. Using archaeology and historical research on black churches, fraternal organizations, and Quaker communities, LaRoche brings a fresh approach to the scholarship of the Underground Railroad.
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Snow date is February 15th.