Harriet Tubman

Summary

A biography of Harriet Tubman, the visually impaired American anti-slavery activist. She was also a nurse, a Union spy and a women’s suffrage supporter, leaving a legacy that has inspired many people. This biography is written by Sarah Sherwin and read by Tanya Austin.

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The story of Harriet Tubman, visually impaired 19th century American anti slavery activist

Some material in this recording may have been reproduced under Section 31b of The Copyright and Rights in Performances (Disability) Regulations 2014.

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  • An experienced, multi-lingual, professional broadcaster and voice specialist; I have love for the spoken word, narration and languages.  You may recognise my voice from wide variety of BBC broadcasts as well as from TNF Sound On or Ipswich Community Radio.  I am delighted to be a part of TNF Soundings.

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