The Texas Freedom Colonies Project is featured in "Juneteenth Jamboree: From a Free Place to Displace" on Austin PBS, a program that, like our work, draws the connections between history and the issues of today. Well worth a watch! From Austin PBS: "With the Galveston landing of U.S. Army Gen. Gordon Granger in 1865, [...]
'History Is Written By The Victors,' But The Texas Freedom Colonies Project Works To Change The Narrative April 28, 2021 Listen here!
Arizona State University Black Ecologies Spring Discussion Keynote: The Texas Freedom Colonies Project – Womanist Placemaking Ecologies in African American Settlements Wednesday, April 7 at 2:30 p.m. PT/ 5:30 p.m. EST Featuring Dr. Andrea Roberts. Presented by Dr. Rashad Shabazz. https://youtu.be/0jo4uTNoonE
TXFCP and the Bullock Texas State History Museum are working together on a digital archive that raises awareness of freedom colonies and preserves, connects, educates, and honors the legacies of the colonies as a part of the story of Texas. Learn more about the project and submit a photo of your own at https://www.thestoryoftexas.com/discover/texas-through-your-lens/freedom-colonies-storytelling [...]