Mary Elizabeth Bowser and The Art of Layered Espionage

At a time where slaves were only thought of as mere property instead of intelligent and well-rounded human beings, an educated African-American woman in her mid-twenties used these deep-seeded stereotypes to her advantage to relay Confederate secrets to Union intelligence and sympathizers in the hopes of granting freedom for all.  

What to Black Women Is the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage

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