The 13th stop on Binghamton University's Freedom Trail was unveiled today, with dozens of locals turning out to support the Trinity AME Zion Church.

The Church was added to the trail in part because if it's connection to the Underground Railroad, having served as a hub on Harriet Tubman's path to Canada for her passengers.

To commemorate over a century of freedom fighting by the church, officials and leaders spoke on the work that has already been done and the work still left to do.

"As we go forward and continue to do the work that we've been doing for 185 years," said Reverend Damond Wilson. "Just remember that we are here for freedom in all of these dynamics."

The Trail's expansion plans are set to continue over the coming months, including plans to build a Tubman statue.