She was the first recipient of the International Freedom Conductor Award given by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and in September 1996, President Bill Clinton presented Parks with the Medal of Freedom, the highest award given to a civilian.
What does URFC stand for?
URFC stands for National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (Cincinnati, OH)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Among the more interesting exhibitions on view are: Schindler, Cincinnati National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, May 5-Aug.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center opens in August on the Cincinnati riverfront.
Her trail of investigation and discovery led her across the Atlantic to the Deep South and also to the famous National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
The spark promises to be the $110 million National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, which is set to open on the city's historic riverfront in 2004.