Did Harriet Tubman vote?
Unfortunately, the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote was not passed until 1920.
Harriet Tubman died in March 1913. But she did take part in the Women’s Suffrage Movement. She spoke at rallies and encouraged the women to keep up the fight. Harriet Tubman was a great supporter of other women and equal rights.
She would tell you all to VOTE!
The Harriet Tubman Store is supporting women and men that are offering their talents to the world.
This month we are highlighting a new artist. Adia Brown Sears.
Adia Brown Sears is a self-taught portrait painting artist. She is one of the people who found a new life while being shut down due to the COVID virus. Adia began watching YouTube videos on acrylic painting. She picked up a paint brush and she has been painting ever since. Adia says she combine her love of cosmetics and beauty with her love of art. Most of her subjects are women of color displaying alluring hairstyles and eye-catching makeup and beautiful skin tones.
We are please to make the first offering of products featuring
This first painting being offered is simply called VOTE!
You can purchase T-shirts and hoodies that show your support for Adia’s newly discovered talent and encourage her to keep painting. Wear your VOTE apparel proudly. This is a limited edition and only available until Saturday October 24, 2020.
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