This is a video about the life of a very important woman in anti-slavery: Harriet Tubman. This short clip gives a brief over view of her life and her contributions to freeing slaves by the Underground Railroad.
This is a unique, fun and meaningful way to honor Harriet Tubman. It's a great project teachers can do with their students for Black History Month and for Women's History Month. Easy for teachers - no prep - an
Harriet ran from slavery in 1849 and become part of the Underground Railroad, who lead more than 300 slaves to their freedom. After the Civil War ended Harriet spent the rest of her life helping slaves and people she had.