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The Quest for Justice

"The Quest for Justice: African American Lawyers in Michigan" tells the story of the Wolverine Bar Association and black lawyers in Michigan.

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The Struggle Against Slavery Website Launch Event

The Struggle Against Slavery Website Launch Event featuring keynote speaker Hari Jones, Curator/Assistant Director of the National African American Civil War Museum.

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Underground Railroad in Detroit

This short documentary explores the important Underground Railroad activists, historic sites, and communities in Detroit, Michigan.

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Underground Railroad in Michigan

This short documentary explores the important Underground Railroad activists, historic sites, and communities in the state of Michigan.

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Underground Railroad in the Midwest

This short documentary explores the important Underground Railroad activists, historic sites, and communities in the Midwest.

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Veta Tucker_African American Communities

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about African American communities that developed in Michigan, during the 1830s.

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Veta Tucker_Battle Creek

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about Battle Creek, Michigan as a critical junction on the Underground Railroad.

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Veta Tucker_Cass County

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the important activity in Cass County, Michigan among African Americans and Quakers.

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Veta Tucker_Daniels Family Escape

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the escape of the Daniel’s family with the aid of John Brown.

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Veta Tucker_Documenting Michigan History

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the importance of documenting Underground Railroad history in Michigan.

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This program was funded by the U.S. Department of Education Underground Railroad Educational and Cultural Program.