My interviews in Syracuse will be mostly done by lunchtime tomorrow, so I have two nearby spots I hope to see in the afternoon, time and weather permitting. I'm thinking both will help inform me about the long history of social justice work here in Central New York - work that continues to this day.
An hour or so west of here in Seneca Falls, the Women's Rights National Historical Park tells the story of the 1848 First Women's Rights Convention led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. This whole area is also rich with Underground Railroad history, including the Harriet Tubman Home in Auburn.
If I had one more day, I'd probably strike out for Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame. That'll have to wait for another trip.