The Hush Arbor
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Join us for this returning event that features presentations exploring the many forms of resistance enslaved people used to maintain important personal freedoms despite great risk.
Despite the incredible risk, enslaved people in America still resisted any way they could and are worthy of our admiration. Join us to hear from local experts and for poetry and traditional music, all framed by a traditional hush arbor.
Hush arbors (hush harbor, brush harbor, brush arbor) were events where slaves would retreat from the plantation in secret to congregate in secluded wooded areas. Through this incredible act of defiance, they practiced a version of Christianity that emphasizedView more
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1600 Miccosukee Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32308
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