Making connections: The evolution of Black Travel

Presented by Amtrak and Matador and in honor of Black History Month, this is an uplifting story of two friends exploring Harlem and taking stock of how travel has evolved for African Americans. Join Black Travel Movement pioneers Evita Robinson and Phil Calvert A.K.A. Philwaukee as they look at original copies of The Green Book, share family history, and inspire people of color to join the travel movement today.

This post is proudly produced in partnership with Amtrak.

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