The Culinary Legacy of Brooklyn's First Free Black Community

SOMETIMES, WE CAN ONLY UNDERSTAND¬†history from above. That, anyway, seemed to be the outlook of historian James Hurley and pilot Joseph Hays when, in 1968, they¬†flew a plane over Brooklyn. They were looking for the remnants of a village founded 130 years earlier, the free Black community of Weeksville. Read more at Atlas Obscura. FeaturedContinue reading “The Culinary Legacy of Brooklyn's First Free Black Community”