The Women Who Said No.
While we commemorate the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the legacy of Rosa Parks, we cannot forget the sacrifices of the many thousands of Black Americans who walked the extra mile to secure the freedoms that we enjoy today.
Among them were names as much deserving of recognition as Rosa Parks, but names we may never find in a textbook on American history.
Meet the Black women who said "No."
The Real Harriet
On November 1, 2019, a new film came to Hollywood.
This movie was simply called "Harriet."
Believe it or not, Harriet Tubman herself was against the re-enactment of slavery in any form of media.
Who Was Harriet Tubman?
Previously, we discussed Harriet Tubman's views on plays, movies, and shows dramatizing slavery in the United States. Perhaps you've met the Hollywood version of her story, or what I like to call, the reel Harriet.
Now take some time to meet the real Harriet.
Here are 5 traits of Harriet's character, that were all the way REAL.
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When Negritude Meets Pettitude.