Having researched, taught, performed, and written about the Underground Railroad for over two decades, Nana Tubman Honor in Ghana founder, Linda Cousins-Newton, reveals in this work the astounding, daring, and determined expansion of the underground railroad to global territories ranging from The Bahamas to Mexico, from Canada to Africa. FREE GLOBALLY! --The International Underground Railroad, woven from the literary loom of Cousins-Newton's work as an ancestral storyteller, is shared as "conversational history from the heart with a touch of humor".
Interlocked in the story's fabric are accounts of the author's personal experiences as a journalist, performer, and cultural traveler to varied global realms "liberty embracers" touched upon in their l9th century freedom journeys. This account of the international underground railroad lifts the myriad cross- cultural global connections and coalitions involved, including the writer's own marriage to a Bahamian culturalist who turned out to be the direct descendant of the Black Seminoles who took the international underground railroad to Andros, Bahamas. Celebrating the daring International Underground Railroad liberty treks, the historian's digital artwork created in honor of the Black Seminoles
graces the book cover.