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The South End's black community is fighting to keep the Harriet Tubman House from becoming the latest victim to gentrification — a redevelopment sale the... [Read More]
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The feature film "Harriet" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month, and it's scheduled to be released Nov. 1 in the United... [Read More]
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Fandango correspondent Nikki Novak stops by TODAY to walk us through must-see new movies debuting this fall. She has the scoop on the "Downton Abbey"... [Read More]
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I can understand the nostalgic memories the building has held for many. The Harriet Tubman House was opened by six black women in the late... [Read More]
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One place where you can learn more about Harriet Tubman is at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park and Visitor Center. [Read More]
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This week marks the 170th anniversary of Harriet Tubman's self-liberation from her enslavement. [Read More]
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The Harriet Tubman Troupe will take its original work "A Gatherin' Place" to Syracuse this weekend, then back to Auburn Public Theater for a performance... [Read More]
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Salisbury University kicked off a months-long series to recognize and reflect on the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first slaves in the American... [Read More]
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The Poster for Cynthia Erivo's Movie 'Harriet' Has Arrived Cynthia Erivo is embodying the role of Harriet Tubman in the upcoming biopic Harriet and the... [Read More]
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The journey to freedom, civil rights and the right for women to vote started 170 years ago today when Harriet Tubman escaped from Maryland to Philadelphia.... [Read More]
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Governor Larry Hogan proclaimed September as International Underground Railroad Month. One of the most successful Underground Railroad conductors, Tubman was born on the Eastern Shore... [Read More]
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Tuesday marked the 170th anniversary of Harriet Tubman's self-liberation from her enslavement on the Eastern Shore. ... [Read More]
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      Araminta Ross was born a slave somewhere around 1820 in Maryland. One of vastly too many. Her life was brutal. At one... [Read More]
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