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Harriet Tubman Monument In the Media

WJCL

Presidential Candidate, Beto O'Rourke Roundtable with the Gullah Geechee Nation

 

Previously aired on WSAV3.


Rev. Kenneth Hodges of Tabernacle Baptist Church in downtown Beaufort talks on Tuesday afternoon about receiving the letter of acceptance for Robert Smalls grave site to be a part of the National Parks Service National Underground Railroad Network  By Drew Martin of The Beaufort Gazzett

The Beaufort Gazette

Small, Historic Beaufort Church Seeks Help Raising Big Bucks for Hero’s Monument


Rev. Kenneth Hodges leads the charge in carrying the display case of the Harriet Tubman Monument model with the help of Brother Abraham Simon, left and Deacon Howard Reeves, not seen, along the sidewalk of Craven Street for the Tuesday afternoon public unveiling on the grounds of Beaufort’s Tabernacle Baptist Church. Hodges says about 20 percent of the $500,000 cost has been raised.