The Untold Story of Route 66: The Negro Motorist Green Book — Traveling the Mother Road in the Jim Crow EraSunday, June 5 | 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Fans of Route 66 will enjoy listening to historian and travel writer Candacy Taylor share stories and anecdotes about the historic byway. She will also dive into the relatively unknown story of “The Green Book,” which, during the Jim Crow era, listed Route 66 restaurants, hotels, salons, barbershops, nightclubs, tailors, garages, and real estate offices amenable to serving African American travelers.
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