Collaborating Projects

Group of six African American people standing in front of a wall, two are park rangers on either side and between them are college students
The National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom has collaborated on a number of dynamic projects with a variety of partners, thus expanding the scope, breadth, and relevancy of the Network. These projects would not have been possible without our partners.

Some of our partners include: the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Park Foundation, the Greening Youth Foundation, the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at University of Florida, Network members, and many more. Explore our collaborating projects below!
  • African American soldiers in the Revolutionary War marching down a dusty road with rifles
    Claiming Freedom

    Learn about enslaved individuals seeking freedom in the Revolutionary Era ("Brave Men as Ever Fought" painting by Don Troiani)

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    Film Series

    Questioning Conversations presents the newest trends in the history of the Underground Railroad through vibrant dialogue

  • A photograph taken of the night sky with hundreds of stars above a lake and a forest.
    International UGRR Month

    What is International Underground Railroad Month? Click here to learn about the initiative, special events, and things to do

  • Photograph of Harriet Tubman floats above an image of Maryland's Eastern Shore.
    Travel with Tubman

    Hosted by the new National Park Service App, discover 13 places important to Harriet Tubman in honor of her 200th birthday.

Last updated: May 25, 2023