Harriet Tubman was a woman of unique qualities and abilities even though she was illiterate. She maintained an unblemished record of vigilance, and left a legacy of sacrifice and struggle.
I Can’t Die But Once weaves a tale of truth, pain, courage, and determination that takes the audience into her life – at first enslaved – her eventual escape – solicited by the United States Government for her unique talents – evading capture behind enemy lines..
They enlisted her as a scout and spy for the Union cause and she battled courageously behind enemy lines during the Civil War. Her story is inspirational.
Please join us at Milford Public Library, 57 New Haven Ave. in Milford, on March 26 at 2pm for a very special presentation of Harriet Tubman’s life, presented by the talented and professional Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti.
Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti’s portrayal of historical women introduces untapped history, drawing on a wide array of primary historical resources. For the past 20 years Gwendolyn, has engaged audiences with performances giving voice to real life accounts, struggles, self-determination and triumphs of women she portrays. Each performance is infused with her unique finger print giving an integral portrait of a historical event or person.
All are welcome to this free event.