Travel the Underground Railroad through this adventurous virtual experience with the courageous Harriet Tubman, brought to life by Janice Curtis Greene – the preeminent living biographer of Harriet Tubman.

Event will be presented online via Zoom on Sunday, August 30 from 4 to 6 pm. Q&A will follow the performance. Admission is free of charge, but tickets are required.

All donations will support the non-profit Liriodendron Foundation and the Historic Hosanna School Museum.

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Janice Curtis Greene is an award-winning Master Storyteller and author, an American Griot. She has been telling African, African American and Multicultural stories for over 25 years. She is President and Life Member of the National Association of Black Storytellers (NABS) and Past President and Life Member of the Griots’ Circle of Maryland, Inc. Mrs. Greene also serves as a Commissioner on the Governor’s Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture.

Janice Curtis Greene has delighted adult and student audiences at various venues nationally and internationally. Janice mesmerizes her audiences with folktales, historical, motivational and healing stories and Bible Stories set to syncopated Rap rhythms. Janice has performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and is also known for her portrayals of historical African American females such as Harriett Tubman, Rosa Parks, Phillis Wheatley, Juanita Jackson Mitchell, Verda F. Welcome and Mother Mary Lange foundress of the Oblate Sister of Providence.

Mrs. Greene can be contacted via her web-site:

Event made possible in part by grants from The Dresher Foundation and from Harford County. Hosted by the non-profit Liriodendron Foundation, Inc. in partnership with the Hosanna School Museum and the Historical Society of Harford County.