Ralph Bunche House (Queens, New York) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

Ralph Bunche House (Queens, New York) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

Voelker Orth Museum - Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden. $2 suggested donation. Tours and special events. In Flushing.

Voelker Orth Museum - Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden. $2 suggested donation. Tours and special events. In Flushing.

A great infographic on the history of the road trip + how to prepare for one. #travel #roadtrip

A great infographic on the history of the road trip + how to prepare for one. #travel #roadtrip

Brown v. Board of Education Historic Site (Topeka, Kansas) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

Brown v. Board of Education Historic Site (Topeka, Kansas) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

"Writing on it All - LatimerNOW" is a collaborative public writing project presented by the Historic House Trust of New York City.

"Writing on it All - LatimerNOW" is a collaborative public writing project presented by the Historic House Trust of New York City.

Evergreen Plantation (Wallace, Louisiana) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

Evergreen Plantation (Wallace, Louisiana) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

Sorrel-Weed House 1841, 6 West Harris St, Savannah. The house was built for Francis Sorrel (1793-1870), a wealthy shipping merchant. It has a reputation for being one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah. People claim to see figures in the windows and hear disembodied voices inside the house. The connecting carriage house behind the main house was said to have housed a female Afican-American slave who was murdered by a member of the family

Sorrel-Weed House 1841, 6 West Harris St, Savannah. The house was built for Francis Sorrel (1793-1870), a wealthy shipping merchant. It has a reputation for being one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah. People claim to see figures in the windows and hear disembodied voices inside the house. The connecting carriage house behind the main house was said to have housed a female Afican-American slave who was murdered by a member of the family

National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis, Tennessee) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis, Tennessee) | 11 Must-See Black History Destinations To Visit Across America

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