Overground Railroad by Candacy Taylor

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"Published from 1936 to 1966, the Green Book was known as the Black travel guide to America. Due to segregation, it was highly dangerous for Black Americans to travel at the time - many couldn't eat, sleep, or even get gas at most white-owned businesses. A resourceful an innovative solution to a horrific problem, the Green Book was a road map to safety...


Award-winning author Candacy Taylor celebrates the stories of Black travelers who charted their own course and took a stand against racial segregation. Powerful and essential reading, Overground Railroad takes a new generation on a gripping journey through history via a road less traveled."


  • Hardback
  • 254 Pages


*This item is Black craftwork.


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