On Tuesday, April 2, 7 pm, at Rutgers-Camden Campus Center (326 Penn Street, Camden, NJ) Dr. Cheryl LaRoche, author of Free Black Communities and the Underground Railroad: The Geography of Resistance, will given a talk entitled, “In Search of the Underground Railroad: Connecting People, Places, and Things.” This event also opens a new program series, “Sanctuaries: Past Into Present,” sponsored by The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia. The lecture will be preceded by exhibits from 6-7 p.m. To register and for additional information, click here.
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