Posted by Eric L. Martin on February 14, 2019
In Part 2 of our special Black History Month Podcast on 19th Century Abolitionist, we have Superheroes Henry Box Brown and Elizabeth Freeman.
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Watching this season of #CloakAndDagger and want to learn more about how human trafficking manifests across the country? Check out our report on the 25 distinct types of human trafficking in the United States: https://t.co/Lc0uxpAksj