Discuss the lives and accomplishments of Douglass, an accomplished writer and diplomat in addition to his work as an abolitionist; Tubman, who not only led scores of slaves to freedom using the Underground Railroad but served as a spy and a nurse during the Civil War; and Harper, a free black suffragist, poet and committed abolitionist.

Discover the lesser-known stories behind these inspirational freedom fighters and gain an appreciation for the legacy of resistance and progressive reform they left behind. Presenter is Vivian Fisher, African American Department, Enoch Pratt Free Library. Pre-register. Free.

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