What 'sundown towns,' discriminatory all-white neighborhoods, represent for Black drivers
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If a community is not safe for Black travelers, especially after dark, it’s often called a “sundown town.” Now some of these towns are integrating, so does that mean they’re not dangerous for Black travelers?
We revisit a conversation with Candacy Taylor, author of “Overground Railroad: The Green Book and the Roots of Black Travel in America.”
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