Women’s History Month: Harriet Tubman’s Life and Legacy, Seen Through The Eyes Of Her Descendant
March marks 200 years since she was born, but her great-great-great-grandniece tells BET.com ‘Aunt Harriet’ was as much about taking care of people as she was about freeing them.
This Day in Black History: Sept. 3, 1838
Frederick Douglass became an abolitionist in Massachusetts.
DC Wax Museum Adds Harriet Tubman to Collection
The statue was unveiled on Tuesday at Madame Tussauds.