Mar. 9, 2020
Harriet Tubman A Salute To Not Only Black America’s Hero But A Global Hero
10 Points On The Greatness of Harriet Tubman
Reading Harriet Tubman by Eloise Greenfield
On the 107th Anniversary of the day, Harriet Tubman breathed her final breath after a life of immense struggle, a life of significant trials, a life that featured a multitude of obstacles, a life that showed this nation this woman’s defiance, a life that exhibited this woman’s determination, a life that clearly uncovered this woman’s fearlessness, a life that symbolized the meaning of spiritual strength and a life that epitomized the meaning of and example of America’s hero. Yes, Harriet Tubman’s physical remains rest for eternity in The Fort Hill Cemetery in Auburn, New York but the spirit of Harriet Tubman resides in all of us who demand equality and purpose of life. Harriet Tubman knew that freedom came with a price and it was a price she was willing to pay with her life if necessary. Harriet Tubman’s spirit could care little about being a symbol on a twenty dollar bill unless all of her people weren’t fully vested with equality and justice. So today I bring the words of the noted wordsmith Eloise Greenfield and her book about Harriet Tubman, The Moses of our Nation. She fought for freedom and died a pauper but her legacy is priceless. God bless Harriet Tubman on the anniversary of her passing.
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So true I will never forget my uncle me and him got real close he told me things I never knew I was happy to had the time with him . I know they are happy in heaven with his family God bless them all