There Are Still No U.S. Airports Named After Women of Color

For the first time in its 92-year history, New York’s Rochester International Airport has changed its name. The airport will now be known as the Frederick Douglass International airport, following a grassroots effort to pay homage to the man who was born into slavery and escaped to become a revered scholar, abolitionist, and statesman. Douglass spent 25 years in the city and is buried there.

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