Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Maryland but because of her strong-mindedness and will-power, she fled into liberty and soon became the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad. Her role during the American civil war was really impeccable.
She served as a spy providing most confidential matters to the Union Army during the war. Frocentric events, an exclusive platform created for the blacks often conducts special events on special people to spread their famous and contribution to the society.
One such Frocentric events are, “The Tubman Command” in which it tells the story of Harriet Tubman and her spectacular role in rescuing approximately seventy enslaved people, family and friends.
Life and Achievement of Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman was a free slave and also fought for the freedom of other slaves through her network of antislavery activist movements. Her main objective was to spread the liberation to every slave in the US. Although she rescued and liberated a few slaves, yet she aimed to instill the courage in the hearts of every slave to come out of their slavery and experience the taste of freedom.
Harriet Tubman is perhaps the most amazing women in the American history who tolerated slavery at a very young age and also liberated several slaves through Underground Railroad with her mission.
Her journey for liberating the slaves continued for 10 long years and she was successful in salvaging almost 300 slaves through her bravery, gallantry, self-sacrifice and intelligence during her journey.
She was not only an abolitionist and political activist, she was also fond of literature and composed many songs that expressed hints to the slaves when and where to go. In order to remember her courageous acts, still Frocentric events are conducted in many parts of the United States.