Harriet Tubman - Hero
Salem Chapel - St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Serving as the 'Moses' of the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman rescued 70 men and women from slavery. Tubman brought those slaves to Salem Chapel in St. Catharines, Canada.

Built in 1855, Salem Chapel is considered the oldest black church in Ontario Canada, and the last stop on the Underground Railroad. Over time the church, which houses a visitor museum, has deteriorated and is in need of a complete restoration.
"I wouldn't trust Uncle Sam with my people no longer; I brought them all clear off to Canada." -Harriet Tubman
“I want to use this special connection to Harriet and The Salem Chapel to remind people that freedom belongs to all, and we can unite around reconciliation, repentance, forgiveness, and building a future where we are free from any kind of shackle." -Ray Adamyk
Ray Adamyk had a dream about racial reconciliation. He wasn't sure what it meant at first, but knew he wanted to address the need for unity. When he found out he once lived near Salem Chapel, and heard the story of Harriet Tubman, he knew he wanted to focus on restoring the old church. As President of Spectra Company, one of America's leaders in restoring and preserving historical structures, Adamyk will donate time, expertise and labor valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars....but we still need your help! Please consider donating to the Salem Chapel Go Fund Me account in the link below.
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Unity Day L.A./Kaboom
July 4, 2022
Pomona, California
Thousands of participants are expected to gather at Lincoln Park to see the unveiling of a Harriet Tubman statue. From there, anyone is encouraged to join the Unity Walk from Lincoln Park to Fairplex to celebrate Unity Day L.A. with Live Musical Entertainment, Celebrity Boxing, and the Fairplex's annual Fireworks Spectacular. 
For more information on Unity Day L.A., please contact Joseph Graeve at jgraeve@ptowne.com or 909.762.9618
Respect. Restore. Revitalize.
Spectra Company is the largest specialty historic restoration and construction company on the West Coast. We share a passion for preservation and a belief that historical rehabilitation enhances our lives, enriching our sense of history and place, and brings our communities together through a shared culture and heritage.