We recently reported on the first ever permanent museum exhibit on modern slavery. The exhibition is at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. And Free the Slaves is proud to say we are part of this groundbreaking show. Along with a handful of other leading anti-slavery organizations, FTS shared our decade’s worth of research and content with the museum. And FTS President Kevin Bales’ most recent book The Slave Next Door—co-written by historian Ron Soodalter—is read more >
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Editor’s note: This post is written by Paul Bernish, the Director of Antislavery and Human Trafficking Initiatives at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, a museum in Cincinnati, Ohio. Free the Slaves is one of several organizations that partnered with with the museum to stage the permanent show.
Here’s something new: the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati is set to open the world’s first permanent, museum-quality exhibition on modern-day slavery and human trafficking.
The exhibition, entitled Invisible: read more >