QOTW: Who would you consider a Black history hero?


We are two weeks into a four-week series about Harriet Tubman, the renowned advocate for Black slaves’ freedom and conductor of the Underground Railroad, which originated on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and made tracks through Delaware into Pennsylvania. During this Black History Month, who else do you feel should be recognized for their work for equality? How do you mark the month?

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