Freedom Concert

Join us at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center May 18 as we bring together a diverse audience to discuss two serious issues facing our communities: race and civil rights; and human trafficking. Join civil rights leader Rev Dr. Otis Moss Jr., Justin Dillon of Made in a Free World and Slavery Footprint, Isaac Carree and Jars of Clay for an inspiring night of discussion and music. Presented by Humanity United, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Values Partnerships. Click here to purchase tickets.

The Struggle Continues

The struggle for freedom didn't end in 1865. The struggle for equality didn't end in 1965. The struggle continues around the world and in our own backyards. We at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, along with the rest of the nation, will be watching and listening as the events in Baltimore continue to unfold and the Supreme Court hears arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges (today's testimonies includes four challenges to same sex marriage bans, including Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee).


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