WBEZ brings you fact-based news and information. Sign up for our newsletters to stay up to date on the stories that matter.Today is the 20th anniversary of the A. Philip Randolph National Pullman Porter Museum that sits in the historic Pullman neighborhood. The museum celebrates the African-American Railroad Employees who were part of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the nation’s first Black union. As part of the anniversary, the museum is re-launching efforts to complete a national registry of all Pullman Porters and other Blacks in railroad history. Pullman Porters, employed by the Pullman Palace Car Company owned by George Pullman, were an integral part in the Great Migration and the Civil Rights Movement. In the studio to educate us about the Pullman Porter Museum history is Lyn Hughes, the founder of the A. Philip Randolph National Pullman Porter Museum.