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Honoring Harriet Tubman’s impact on the abolition movement

2019 Harriet Tubman Mural in Cambridge, Maryland by Michael Rosato | Photo Courtesy of HTM.com

“There was one of two things I had a right to: liberty or death; — if I could not have one, I would have the other.”

Over the course of 11 years and about 13 expeditions, some 70 slaves were rescued into a strange land…

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Freelance Writer & Journalist 📝📚| #WEOC | Blackivist| Editor for Cultured, WEOC, & AfroSapiophile. Bylines in Momentum & GEN Publications.

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