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HARRIET TUBMAN COULD SEE IN THE DARK

Anika Love

HARRIET TUBMAN COULD SEE IN THE DARK is a time-bending investigation of past and present as it relates to greed and black magic--the crossroads of the modern mammoth called settler colonialism.

HARRIET returns from the dead to demonstrate the legacy of American slavery as a living component of our contemporary lives. The superstore SEARS is appropriated as a marker of the ever-present history of capital, blood, and consumption which founded, and has continued to sustain, this country.

HARRIET asks you to SEE IN THE DARK as she did...do you choose illusion or liberty?