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School Trips - Baltimore, An African-American Heritage Journey - Back

Baltimore is justly proud of the contributions it has made to African-American History and Culture. The history of African Americans in Baltimore is one of power, courage, and tenacity. The city has been home to many "freedom fighters" - individuals who chose liberty, transformation, and human rights over comfort and personal security. We'll introduce your school to places that you may not have heard of, and others you've wanted to see. Some of these features are:
The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum
Baltimore Civil War Museum
Morgan State University
NAACP Headquarters and the Dorothy Parker Memorial
The Eubie Black National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
USS Constellation, flagship of African Sqadron, the anti-slavery patrol from 1859 to 1861.

One of the restaurants we recommend is Heaven's Gate Eatery and a Soul Food Lunch


Tour Highlights:
Underground Railroad Tunnel at the Old Orchard Church
Private Interview with Harriet Tubman
Great Blacks in Wax Musuem
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