VIDEO – Preserved Land Tells Stories of African Americans in Central New Jersey

D&R Greenway worked with the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum and the Sourland Conservancy to acquire land for their new headquarters and museum. This Land for Life Video tells how the preservation of land adjacent to a historic African American church will help tell the people and places left out of most history books. African Americans played a key role in and around the Sourland Mountains region in Central New Jersey. Meet their descendants and storytellers.

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