Harriet: Film Screening and Remote Discussion


The ISU Human Rights Film Club, in partnership with the Promoting the Rule of Law in Georgia (USAID/PROLoG) Activity implemented by the East-West Management Institute, is pleased to invite you to the screening and remote discussion of the film Harriet to take place on 26 February 2021, at 7 pm. The event is organized to celebrate the African American History Month (Black History Month).

The discussion will be conducted via Zoom. To take part, please register by following the link

Please watch the film before the discussion at

The film tells a story of life of Harriet Tubman, an iconic abolitionist and political activist.

Harriet, originally named as Araminta Ross, was born in slavery, against which she fought from an early age. Endowed with courage, intelligence and strength of character, she helped liberate hundreds of enslaved people.  Also known as the Moses of Her People, Tubman escaped from slavery and assisted other others in gaining freedom. She is regarded the first African American woman to serve in the military.

This is a tale of a woman who established herself as one of the fearless and brave female freedom fighters in history.


Mariam Khatiashvili, PhD in American Studies


Mariam Pirveli, student, ISU School of Law students





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