Solomon Northup Foundation Mission
Providing historical educational information of American history on the contributions of African Americans during Slavery era, through speaking engagements, attending, hosting events and conferences
Solomon Northup Foundation, created and operated by decendants of Solomon Northup, Keeping the Flame Burning on our ancestor. Solomon Northup, a free Black man living the American Dream in the 1800's was kidnapped and sold into slavery. Upon being rescused from slavery, Solomon documents his experience in a book, Twelve Years a Slave. which becomes the Oscar award winning movie of the year in 2014, by Fox Searchlight, 12 Years a Slave,
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Solomon Northup Foundation / Descendants Attend
Northup Freedom Day, January 4, 2018 Markesville Louisiana Commemorating the 165th anniversary of his freedom
Activites included: Northup Trail, Tour Epps House, LSUA Alexandria, Live Oak Plantation, Unveiling of Historical Marker, Northup Art Exhibit at Arts Council Office and Reception at Judge Cushman's Office site, Now Bailey's on the Square
Twelve Years a Slave
Descendants of Solomon Northup, "Keep the Flame Burning" on the historical amazing story of their Ancestor, Solomon Northup
Twelve Years a Slave book with the foreward written by and autographed by descendants of Solomon Norhtup is available from the Solomon Northup Foundation, give us a call at 301.852.9033 to get your copy.
Walk In Solomon's Footsteps in Washington, DC Join Descendants of Solomon Northup on a bus tour visiting the sites Solomon Northup visited during his stay prior to being kidnapped and sold into slavery and on his return trip from Louisiana as a freed man after, Twelve Years a Slave.
Founded & Operated by Descendants of
Solomon Northup - author of
Twelve Years a Slave,
To donate to the SNF, click on the Donate button.
We are a certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.