Weeksville, Together with Epicenter NYC and the Underground Railroad Consortium of New York State, Highlights the Significance of this Brooklyn Historic Site with a Special Tour

Epicenter NYC members and New York City neighbors came together for a special discussion and tour of the Weeksville Heritage Center, once home to one of the largest free Black communities in pre-Civil War America. The event, which took place Friday, Feb. 23, featured an informative session with two distinguished speakers: Erica Harper, the vice…

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