Project Mona's House and the FreeTHEM Walkers are traveling nearly 1,000 miles BY FOOT to help raise awareness about modern day slavery.
Click "Join" to start your own team to raise money to benefit victims, survivors, and overcomers of human trafficking.
As a team, you can walk, run, swim, exercise, or more to show your support for our journey along the Underground Railroad.
By walking 902 miles on the Underground railroad, we're raising awareness about modern day slavery, better known as human trafficking. We want to shine a light on the path to freedom for victims, while also showing the public that it's time to ressurect the Underground Railroad to help everyone achieve freedom.
Every stop that we're making along the Underground Railroad has its own story that NEEDS to be heard. Learn more at The FreeTHEM Walk Website
You can find us at these historic places:
May 4th, 2021: The Appomattox Court House
May 7th, 2021: White House of the Confederacy
May 10th, 2021: Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail
May 15th, 2021: New Castle Courthouse
May 16th, 2021: Liberty Bell
May 19th, 2021: Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims
May 28th, 2021: Gerrit Smith Estate
May 30th, 2021: Harriet Tubman Residence
June 19th, 2021: JUNETEENTH
African American Heritage Corridor Buffalo, NY
June 20th, 2021: Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center
The Underground Railroad featured stops where those who were enslaved at the time were able to seek out freedom. However, slavery STILL exists, and the people enslaved today are also in need of ways to achieve freedom. There are ways that you can contribute to allowing these individuals to gain the freedom that they deserve.