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Transcript of Harriet Tubman
Where is she from?
Harriet Tubman was from Dorchester County, Maryland, United States.
Time Period/ Background
Harriet Tubman was born into slavery during the 1820's. In 1826 Tubman was sold to a lady by the name of Miss Susan. then later by a planter by the name of James cook. She was beaten by both owners. Harriet was raised under very strict and harsh conditions such as being whipped, or beaten.
What did she do?
Harriet Tubman used the underground railroad to escape from slavery. She escaped during 1849. She knew that she didn't want to live a life being abused by others.
Who did she help?
Harriet Tubman brought over 300 other slaves to freedom. Even though Tubman found freedom she took several trips back south to bring others to freedom with her, so that they didn't have to suffer.
Why is she considered a Global Citizen
Harriet Tubman was considered a global citizen because she help to free other people from slavery and she fought for the freedom of slaves.
She was able to free others from slavery. Eventually slavery was abolished.
What impact did she have on global affairs?
She impacted global affairs by following through to what she wanted; which was freedom. She showed people that everyone should be entitled ton freedom, no matter their ethnicity.
Why is she considered a role model
Harriet Tubman is considered a role model because she showed bravery, courageousness, and passion in what she believed in. She followed through with her dream which was to find freedom. she also made that dream bigger by helping over 300 other slaves to freedom along with her.
Harriet Tubman's real name was
Araminta Ross. She then changed her name to Harriet Tubman so that when she ran away from slavery she didn't get captured. When she was younger she was also given the nickname "Minty".
Rise to becoming a leader
Harriet Tubman was rising to be a leader so that she can be a role model and advocate for others. She ran away from slavery not only for her well-being, but to help save as many other slaves in the village. She wanted black people to be free from slavery and