Harriet Is Coming, A Story Long Overdue!

I am so happy that someone finally dedicated an entire movie to one of African Americans Unsung Heroe’s, Harriet Tubman!


In theaters November 1, HARRIET tells the real-life story of the iconic woman of faith and freedom fighter, Harriet Tubman. Starring Tony Award-winning Cynthia Erivo ( cialis tadalafil buy online ovulation without clomid http://www.naymz.com/homework-help-science-6th-grade/ go here political perspectives essays on government and politics see url generic viagra manufacturers by country creative writing mfa programs go to link follow link follow link business statistics case studies go to link academic writing help watch chemistry help online free custom speech proofreading website uk funciona el viagra para mujeres http://www.chesszone.org/lib/dissertation-year-fellowship-unh-3540.html buy book reports proofreading exercises online essays on dubai history cheap research papers for sale follow url visual rhetorical analysis essay examples all about research enter site research paper outline examples apa white collar crime research paper can i buy viagra over the counter in india can discrimination ever be eliminated essay cheapest 4 quantity of viagra WidowsBad Times at the El Royale), Leslie Odom Jr. (HamiltonMurder on the Orient Express), Janelle Monáe (Hidden FiguresUglyDolls), and Joe Alwyn (The FavouriteMary Queen of Scots), HARRIET is the first film to follow Tubman on her escape from slavery and subsequent missions to free dozens of slaves through the Underground Railroad in the face of growing pre-Civil War adversity.


Directed by Kasi Lemmons (Luke CageTalk to Me), who wrote the screenplay with Gregory Allen Howard (Remember the TitansAli), the film illustrates the power of GOD working through Harriet Tubman as she treks through nearly 100 miles of secret passageways to get to freedom – singlehandedly rescuing more than 70 slaves over 19 faith-fueled expeditions.

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