Through the enchantment of dramatic storytelling, visitors travel back to the year 1910 to talk to the 90-year-old Harriet Tubman and to be charmed by Negro spirituals.
Aunt Harriet as she was fondly called around her community in Auburn, New York, reflects on her life filled with stories that demonstrate lessons in Love, Leadership & Legacy.
Karol Brown's Harriet Tubman Portrayals provide entertaining, educational services for ages 9 to 109. Available for the online and onsite classroom or community centers Storytelling Programs, Workshops, Performing Artist Residencies, Afterschool, and Homeschool Programs.
All educational services are adaptable to supplement curriculums in History, Social Studies, Language and Performing Arts, Leadership, and Life Skills.
Harriet Tubman Portrayals teach servant-leadership concepts and provide great lessons that are perfect for social-emotional learning goals of teaching, Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, Responsible Decision-making.
Students talk to Harriet Tubman to learn firsthand how she overcame all obstacles to change her life and the life of many others.
Supplemental resources for all programs is the book, "30 Lessons In Love, Leadership, and Legacy from Harriet Tubman", by Karol V. Brown.
Enhance the classroom activity, or workshop with a stage performance of: "A Visit with Harriet Tubman" Through the enchantment of dramatic storytelling, visitors travel back to the year 1910 to talk to the 90-year-old, Harriet Tubman and to be charmed by Negro spirituals. IDEAL for Special Student and Community offering on campus.
Harriet Tubman portrayals educational services that teach servant leadership concepts are
Great for College classes, student club activities, speaking events.
Providing thought-provoking discussions and research projects,
Ideal for courses discussing,
Servant Leadership, Women's Studies, African American Studies, American History, Community Organizing, Diversity, and Inclusion, Teaching Social-Emotional Learning, and Storytelling.
Brown Tones Productions also provides possible opportunities for applied learning for student projects and activities.