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Honoring Black History: An intro to Rokeby’s Underground Railroad

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT the Underground Railroad at Rokeby Museum on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh. Photo courtesy of the Rokeby Museum

A white savior narrative developed that centered the benevolence of white Abolitionists, particularly Quakers, while minimizing the Black freedom seeker to a recipient of white charitability and an associate in their own story.

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