March 10, 2013 marks the 100th anniversary of the passing of Harriet Tubman.

 The Institute is named for the spirit of Harriet Tubman, who was a liberator, feminist and humanist. 

The Salem Chapel, British Methodist Episcopal Church and the Government of Canada have planned many events over the course of this year to honour her work, her life and her legacy. 

The Salem Chapel BME Tubman Centennial Activities 
The Government of Canada on the Anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death

For more information on Harriet Tubman, please see her biography
“The Underground Railroad could not bring freedom to many Negroes, yet it did something far greater. It symbolized a hope when freedom was almost an impossible dream.” – Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, November 1967.

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