Detroit was the Gateway to Freedom on the Underground Railroad, The Detroit abolitionist movement, led by African Americans, not only created the foundation for the Black Detroit community, but also changed the world. Join this tour led by historian and educator Jamon Jordan, as we visit important sites in the struggle for freedom.
The first Black Church in the Midwest!
The Meeting site of Frederick Douglass and John Brown!
The Home of one of the Boldest Underground Railroad Conductors!
The Detroit River!
We Meet at 3PM at the Michigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Campus Martius Park.