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The Dreams of Harriet Tubman, "The Creation of Wealth",
dedicated to the struggle for just reparations from the crimes of slavery. December 11, 2000.

Douglass Tubman Mural

Muralist: Mike Alewitz

Assisted by: Jacqi Warner, Young Ran Shin, Nathan Hays, Marela Zacarias, and Allen Needle
Special Thanks to: Ernest Satchell
Sponsored by: Baltimore Clayworks and the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

The sail in the center of the ship reads, "If there is no struggle there is no progress.  Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are people who want crops without plowing up the ground.  They want rain without thunder and lightning."  (Frederick Douglass, 1857, Rochester, NY.)

Further information:
What are "The Dreams of Harriet Tubman" by Mike Alewitz, May 2000.

Artists & Communities Maryland project description from the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation.


Click Here to read About the Dean.

 Click Here to read Douglass Notes, Volume 6, no. 4 

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RefWorks is available now to all students, faculty and staff.  Click on the RefWorks logo to begin using it or Click Here for more information/tutorials.


UMES Yearbooks (1959 - 2009) Have Been Digitized

See the Special Collections web page for more information.