Harriet Tubman

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The “Moses” of her people, who led them out of slavery. Harriet had more courage than most men and she had a calling from God to set her people free. Listen to Harriet as she tells you about the Civil War and that Lincoln had no intention of abolishing slavery. Hear her describe the conditions of the time and how she, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth and others had to openly criticize Lincoln to get him to let the former slaves fight in their own cause of freedom.

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Harriet Tubman

Stand and Deliver

Harriet Tubman, Underground Railroad Conductor, the “Moses of her people.”

Harriet Tubman, Civil War spy, scout, veteran of the Union Army, nurse, caretaker of the homeless, patron of education.

Stand perfectly still and listen to Harriet Tubman as she explains her life as a slave and how she walked from slavery in Maryland to freedom in Pennsylvania. Wade with her against the current through stormy and troubled waters to the floodgates of liberty. Harriet Tubman, a woman bound by the promise of light to stand and deliver her dreams of freedom for all. Harriet Tubman, a woman whom John Brown called General Tubman, “one of the best and bravest persons on the continent.” Hear the story of how she made nineteen trips to the South to rescue more than three-hundred people from slavery. Listen and heed her as she tells you to hear the Voice inside you that you what is right, what is just, and what is good, so you can deliver your dreams and your visions and take charge of your destiny.