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We decided to bike around Dallas and see the city. Freedman's Memorial was top on our list. This is a very small memorial, how it is pretty. I enjoyed the statues and the history about African Americans.
Im glad that istopped by to see this memorial site. Statutes and plaques were very moving and solemn. Its always good to reflect on the past. Would have given this place 5 stars but there were four homeless people camped out at the gate that...More
This memorial is a nice little break in the middle of the city. We took another reviewers advice and parked at Walmart then walked across the street. There was a homeless man sleeping behind the main statue so we tried not to disturb him. It...More
In a busy city, aside a busy freeway, this memorial speaks to us in many voices. Picture the same site 100 years ago, an unincorporated Negro burying ground in Frogtown, since vanished, next to a groundlevel railroad yard. Nearby State Street hosted Lena Horne and...More
Stunning artwork and a moving tribute to a period in Dallas' that was almost lost to memory. It's also within walking distance to three other historic cemeteries in the shadows of downtown Dallas: Greenwood, Emanuel Hebrew, and Calvary. Note: Emanuel is closed from sundown Friday...More
This is an almost unknown public memorial that I found to be much more than first appearance. I wandered in, while walking near a friends condo. And made note to return. It is a memorial of inspiration and peace, but I found much more significance...More
Beautiful statues, very quiet memorial to a generation of people that were forgotten in Dallas. This monument is very nice. A little background: in the 1930's Hwy 75 was built on top of an African American cemetery, they just plowed over the graves. 5 decades...More