Candacy Taylor

Cultural documentarian

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Candacy Taylor id a cultural documentarian, who is currently documenting all the locations from the The Negro Motorist Green Book.

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The Negro Motorist Green Book  was considered the “Bible of Black Travel,” a guide that clued African-Americans into safe roadside stops during Jim Crow.

Preserving Green Book sites

The Negro Motorist Green Book was considered the “Bible of Black Travel,” a guide that clued African-Americans into safe roadside stops during Jim Crow.

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