history walk

Black History Walks

Black History Walks

Jacqueline
About your host, Jacqueline
I am a traveler, writer, and Ph.D. student researching the concept of being "outdoors while black." I'm also a certified hike leader for two outdoor clubs.
3 hours total
Drinks
Offered in English
Availability for this experience is extremely rare.
What we’ll do
Together we will trace the Toronto footsteps of abolitionists Harriet Tubman, Josiah Henson, and others. As we explore homes, churches, and cemeteries that played key roles in the Underground Railroad, we'll discuss why and how many black leaders—including former slaves—migrated to Toronto and built the foundations of a strong black community.
What else you should know
Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. Bring your camera and water for the walk.
What I’ll provide
A drink at end of walk 󲀃
What to bring
Water for the walk