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Daughters of the Underground panel discussion

Cecil College Celebrates Black History Month
Panel Presentation and Discussion
“Daughters of the Underground”

A group of women who walked the 116-mile stretch of the Underground Railroad from Harriet Tubman’s childhood home at the Brodess Plantation to Kennett Square, Pennsylvania where she first achieved freedom.

Listen as they talk about their research before starting their walk, what they learned along the way, and future projects as they plan to walk to Canada where Harriet Tubman lived part of her life.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
10 – 11:30 a.m.

Join Us For This Virtual Talk

Prizes for student participation!

HARRIET

The 2019 American biographical film is available to Cecil students, faculty & staff for FREE on Swank Digital Campus by logging into MyCecil > Library > Databases > Movie

Motion Picture “Harriet”

For more information, contact Mayra Castillo at mcastillo@nullcecil.edu

To arrange for accessibility accommodations, contact Disability & Support Services at disabilityservices@nullcecil.edu

Details


Date:
Thursday, February 25th
Time:
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Venue:
Virtual Visit
Website:
www.cecil.edu