I started considering Harriet Tubman as an astronaut," says Biggers, 41, who's had exhibitions in venues from the Tate in London to the Whitney in New York and last year won the Hermitage's prestigious Greenfield Prize.
What does HT stand for?
HT stands for Harriet Tubman
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Samples in periodicals archive:
This study began in the winter of 2008, when a city official in Niagara Falls, New York asked if we could verify whether anything remained of the bridge that Harriet Tubman used to escort refugees from slavery in the United States to freedom in Canada.
Buckley wondered who in the world Harriet Tubman was and, if she was more important than Stalin, why he had never heard of her.
Liverpool Hope University and the Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on the Global Migrations of African Peoples, York University, are cosponsors.
At a reception held in his honor, Kadir Nelson, winner of the Illustrator Award for Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom, said, "It is a tremendous thrill to be honored in this way.
The Harriet Tubman Development Agency, which helps people with disabilities, is hosting a physical and financial health day on February 21.
Harriet Tubman House, in Handsworth Wood Road, was only one of two sites to score 100 per cent in random cleanliness inspections by the Healthcare Commission.