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Thursday, April 12 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Harriet Tubman: Path to Freedom

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Our project, Harriet Tubman: Path to Freedom, was completed as the final project and poster presentation in Professor Glazer’s ‘History of the African Diaspora’ class last Spring. We wanted to choose a strong feminine icon from African American culture, and after further research, we mutually settled on Harriet Tubman because of her strong will-mindedness and determination. This project examines the life — both the tributes and the trials — of Harriet Tubman; from her time serving as a nurse, a spy, and a leader in the Civil War, to Tubman becoming an easily recognizable face on the modern day twenty-dollar bill.

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Irene Moreno

My name is Irene Moreno! I am a senior from Visalia, California. My major is Corrective Exercise and Performance Enhancement, with a Minor in Health. Fun Fact: I had the opportunity to play soccer for a semi-professional team in California.
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Kathrine Rapp

My name is Kathrine Rapp! I'm a sophomore majoring in Social Media Marketing. I am from Iowa and I am also a first generation student!
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Tabitha Reno

My name is Tabitha Reno! I am a second-year English Major (Cinema Studies and History Minor) on Sariah house from Pensacola, Florida. In my spare time I am likely to be found reading, writing, or on FaceTime visiting with my eleven cats and three dogs back at home.


Thursday April 12, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am CDT
Shaw Center Lobby

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