Rosa Parks Presented National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's First International Freedom Conductor Award

November 1998
Jet;11/02/98, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p20
Reports the civil rights heroine Rosa Parks was presented the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's first International Freedom Conductor Award. Background on the award, which honors people whose words or actions reflect the spirit and courageous actions of the conductors of the Underground Railroad; Details on Rosa Parks; Her comments on the honor.


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