Compare And Contrast The People Who Could Fly And Harriet Tubman Story

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The people who could fly and the Harriet Tubman story were different and the same in many ways. One example is that they are based on the history of the african american people through the years of 1700, of them being slaves for a rancher or a farm owner. Another compare of the two stories is that they were both based on escaping the prison of theirs known as slavery. The only difference was that they were in different timelines. The harriet tubman story also a nonfiction story, which makes it a better story than the people who could fly. Another reason why the harriet tubman story is better is because it is a more famous story than the people who could fly. Although they are very similar, and that they are different, Harriet Tubman’s story …show more content…
Although the people who could fly was based on the fact that african americans had the ability to fly, Harriet Tubman's story was based on the underground railroad, in which black people used to escape their owners by white folks who would hid them in their basement. Another reason why they are similar since they are relating to black history is that they show what the owners of the fields do to them if they don't behave, the stories also show what they wore during their life. An example would be that in the people who could fly, sarah wore a dress made from rags of a sack, while in the Harriet Tubman story, it also talked about how they only had one set of pjs, if they were worn out, they would have to sleep naked. The two stories have the same history, just different point of …show more content…
The harriet tubman story out weights the people who could fly by being famous, for example, do you ever hear people talk about the people who could fly story? No, because it is being overwhelmed by the harriet tubman story, and the fact that harriet tubman is going to be on the 20 dollar bill later in 2017. The harriet tubman story also gives black people hope by giving them strength to protest for their rights, and fuels them to do more than just protest, by covering the Robert E. Lee statue in Dallas texas, a confederate general during the civil war, which was later removed. Another great yet droning reason on why the harriet tubman

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