SOURCE: USA Today
UCLA historian Scot Brown calls the "Green Book" a "Black GPS" for the Jim Crow era in an overview of the publication that helped African Americans exercise the freedom to travel.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Brent Staples
Lessons from the Jim Crow-era travel guide for African-American elites.
SOURCE: The Guardian
A historical travel guide once listed safe pit stops for black motorists in Jim Crow America. When a family sought similar advice on Facebook last year, they were deluged with replies.
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