Section of Baltimore Park, Once the Site of Trash Confederate Statues, Now Renamed After Harriet Tubman

It’s never going to be a bad decision to rename something after renowned badass and “conductor” of the Underground Railroad Harriet Tubman. And following that school of thought, a section of a Baltimore park that was once the location of some loser statues has been renamed after the iconic abolitionist.

Living With History: Harriet Tubman’s Great-Great-Grandniece Wants Black History Celebrated Every Month

Editor’s note: For Black History Month, The Root is speaking to the relatives of our most cherished African-American heroes in a series called Living With History. To open the series, we interviewed a descendant of Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington. Next, we did a Q&A with the descendants of Ida B. Wells,…

Watch: My Black History: Underground’s Aisha Hinds Learns Power of Art Through Nelson Mandela

Editor’s note: During Black History Month, the focus is usually on historical figures who loomed larger than life, paving the way for the progress we experience today. But black history isn’t just about telling stories of our past. History is being made every day and has been made throughout our lives; it’s not just…