Harriet Tubman by sculptor Inge Hardison- Image: Swann Auction Gallery

We don’t identify with their triumph because we have learned that too often, the triumph being depicted was at our ancestors’ expense or exclusion or death.

Frederick Douglass by sculptor Inge Hardison — Image: Princeton Art Museum




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