30 Lessons in Love, Leadership and Legacy from Harriet Tubman by Karol V. Brown
Harriet Tubman was born a slave in 1821. She is known best as a conductor on the Underground Railroad, and for feeing herself and three hundred others from slavery. When Harriet Tubman told her stories in plain language, people learned how God guided her, how she found support from friends and family, and how she changed her future by taking action. She told stories of growing up as a slave, of her service as a spy, scout and nurse in the Civil War and more. She helped women start businesses, supported schools and civil rights, and established a home for the sick and homeless. Harriet Tubman spent twenty-nine years in slavery. She was uneducated poor and abused, yet she became known as the Woman called Moses, a great leader in American history. She overcame the disadvantages she experienced in live by her strong faith, love, and leadership.
Harriet Tubman left a legacy of love, compassion, faith, and commitment that is an inspiration to all. She is a model whose life demonstrates that anyone can step up and step out, to make a difference in his or her own life, and in the lives of other.
30 Lessons in Love, Leadership and Legacy from Harriet Tubman:
● Brings you as close to meeting Harriet Tubman as you will ever be.
● Inspires you, from age 5 to 95 to realize that you have the Power of One. ● Identifies how faith and self-determination can lead you to be the compassionate, ethical leader you were born to be. 109 pages
Paperback published in 2012