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The Admirable Service of Harriet Tubman We Never Hear About in School

Students should learn about Harriet Tubman, “the veteran”

Harriet Tubman statue on display in Cambridge, MD | Photo Credit | Harriet Tubman Museum

Learning about Black people’s history is controversial in America because these stories aren’t always rosy. Perhaps that’s why we never read about Black veterans in school. See…




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Allison Gaines

Allison Gaines

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