The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) commemorated the 25thanniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Nov. 9 with a public reception at the site of the Berlin Wall Memorial, located in front of the Freedom Center.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10
In conjunction with FotoFocus Cincinnati, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will host a talk-back session with the student artists of our latest exhibition, FotoFocus: New Voices. The project was created by students from the School of Creative and Performing Arts and reveals the stories of veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
November 13 & 14
9:30 am in the Harriet Tubman Theater
$5, Call 513.333.7737 to RSVP
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19
Free with general admission
Call 513.333.7739 to RSVP
Nicholas Wolpe is the CEO of Liliesleaf: A Place of Liberation. Once the nerve center of the liberation movement and a place of refuge for its leaders, today Liliesleaf is one of South Africa's foremost, award-winning heritage sites, where the journey to democracy in South Africa is honored. Join us as Wolpe discusses his family's connection and involvement in South Africa's liberation struggle.
In a effort to extend access to our collections, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has partnered with Cincinnati Museum Center to create a dual presentation of digital exhibitions and collections. The CMC digital collections and collection guides are intended to enrich the stories of freedom’s heroes as told through our galleries.
July 5, 2014 - October 25, 2014
August 22-October 19, 2014
3rd floor, Education Hallway