I Be Harriet Tubman

Feb 04, 2014 | 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM | J. B. Sowards Theatre - College Drive

Dr. Annette E. Jefferson, dresses as Harriet Tubman, presents the life and times of Harriet Tubman.

Harriet Tubman was one of America’s most remarkable heroines.  From the 1840s to 1913, she worked tirelessly for the rights of enslaved people, for the rights of women, and for the rights of all.

Through dialect, costumes, and stories, this interactive portrayal brings to life the runaway slave who became:

  • the Moses of the Underground Railroad,
  • a “General” for John Brown’s army,
  • a Union Army scout, nurse and spy.

The presenter, is Dr. Annette E. Jefferson, a Chautauqua Speaker for the Ohio Humanities Council ,the founder and Chief Creative Officer of DeARK Enterprises, and a faculty member for the University of Phoenix.

The event will take place Tuesday, February 4, at NOON in the J. B. Sowards Theater on the College Drive Campus. For more information, contact Al Baker, Director of Cultural Diversity, 606.326.2422, alvin.baker@ktcs.edu.