Harriet Tubman Analysis

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“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” -Harriet Tubman.

Both Cesar Chavez and Harriet Tubman fought to stand up for what they thought was right. Cesar Chavez organized a farm workers union and helped secure laws that made working conditions better. “It’s amazing how people can get so excited about a rocket to the moon and not give a damn about smog, oil leaks, the devastation of the environment with pesticides, hunger, disease. When the poor share some of the power that the affluent now monopolize, we will give a damn.” This quote shows that people did not care about their community but he did, and he did something about it. Harriet Tubman helped slaves by returning again and again to the South to guide fugitive slaves gain their freedom. She did it to save people and to make the world better. They both did it because they thought it was right and to make a difference to this world.

The author of the text about Cesar Chavez recognizes that Cesar was loved by his coworkers and he was praised for what he did. “The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It's always about the people.” Cesar's motto, "Sí, Se Puede!" ("Yes, it can be done!"), was made during his 1972 fast in
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They both are great stories and they both did amazing things, but Harriet Tubman led over 200 slaves to freedom as a conductor on the Underground Railroad while Cesar Chavez was an American labor leader and civil rights activist. He cofounded the National Farm Workers Association and it later became the United Farm Workers union, also known as the UFW in 1962. They both did amazing things but Harriet Tubman did more things and she risked her life to save people. She is a great woman. This is why I believe Harriet Tubman is more of an influential historical
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