Tarrytown church celebrates rich black history

Amanda Foster, a free black living in Westchester

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Amanda Foster, a free black living in Westchester in the late 19th century, founded The Foster Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church in Tarrytown as a gathering place for free blacks in the Hudson Valley. Newsday Westchester takes a closer look at the church's rich history, and how it has remained an important part of the black community. (Feb. 6, 2013) Videojournalist: Elizabeth Daza

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