We’re Close to A Win for Abolition and Anti-Racist History in Brooklyn!

After a year of direct actions to prevent its demolition, on June 30th the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted unanimously to calendar 227 Duffield Street to hear its historical significance and vote for its designation as a landmark. On July 14th at 9:30 am, the LPC will review testimony and vote to landmark […]

Urgent! Online and Call In Action to Save 227 Duffield!

 227 Duffield Street, located on Abolitionist Place in downtown Brooklyn, is the last known standing historic site in Brooklyn where well-known abolitionists lived and where Black people found freedom through the Underground Railroad.  227 Duffield needs to landmarked and turned into a museum to preserve its important historical contribution to the fight against racism in […]