Harriet Tubman Helped slaves escape on the underground railroad to get to the north

Harriet Tubman knew what life was like as a slave and she didn't want anyone else to have to suffer the way she did. She helped slaves escape to the north using the Underground Railroad. This was socially wrong but morally right. What Atticus was doing, standing up for Tom even though he was black, was socially wrong but was morally right. Harriet Tubman and Atticus both thought that skin color is just a color and everyone deserves to be treated equal. They stood up for what was right even if society says it's wrong.

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