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Introducing: Driving the Green Book

Introducing: Driving the Green Book

What was it really like to travel as a Black person in America during the era of Jim Crow laws and segregation? Join host Alvin Hall and producer Janée Woods Weber as they drive south from Detroit to New Orleans. Along the way, they collect powerful personal testimony from African Americans who used The Negro Motorist Green Book to negotiate travel around the country. Hear sharp insights and eye-opening perspectives about this period in history that give critical context to the struggle for racial justice today. Coming September 15 from Macmillan Podcasts. Visit www.drivingthegreenbook.com or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/greenbookpod for more, including bonus content, photos, and transcripts. Explore the Green Book on our exclusive Apple Maps Guide at https://apple.co/explorethegreenbook.  Listen to the show's Apple Music Playlist at https://apple.co/listentothegreenbook.  Find recommended reading in Apple Books at https://apple.co/alvinhallcollection. To share your own Green Book stories with us, email greenbook@macmillan.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration: 4 min

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