Smithsonian Explores History of Black Leisure Travel With New Documentary

Skift - Feb 21, 06:00 GMT

The Green Book helped black Americans move about safely during segregation, but it also sparked the growth of black leisure travel and fueled entrepreneurship in the community for years to come

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Carol Jenkins, the niece of A.G. Gaston, stands in front of the famous A.G. Gaston Motel, a major listing in the Green Book. Smithsonian Networks



Skift Take: The Green Book helped black Americans move about safely during segregation, but it also sparked the growth of black leisure travel and fueled entrepreneurship in the community for years to come.

— Sarah Enelow-Snyder

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