Frederick Douglass Park On The Tuckahoe Opens To Begin International Underground Railroad Month In MarylandFor the second year in a row, Gov. Larry Hogan announced September as International Underground Railroad Month. 
Statues Honoring Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman Now On Display At Maryland State HouseThere are now statues of two of America's pioneers inside the Maryland State House.
Maryland Unveils Statues Of Tubman, Douglass In CapitolThe statues of abolitionists Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass will be unveiled Monday night in the Old House Chamber.
Maryland Remembers 170th Anniversary Of Harriet Tubman's Self-Liberation From SlaveryTuesday marked the 170th anniversary of Harriet Tubman's self-liberation from her enslavement on the Eastern Shore. 
September Is Underground Railroad Month In MarylandThe designation also highlights prominent Maryland abolitionists, including Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass.
Congress Members Protest Delay Of Harriet Tubman $20 BillThe Treasury Secretary has said the reason for the delay is security upgrades related to counterfeiting U.S. currency.
US Treasury Department To Review Harriet Tubman $20 Bill DelayLast month, the Treasury Secretary announced that Tubman would not become the face of the $20 until 2026 instead of 2020.
Gov. Hogan Recognizes Juneteenth, Calls Again For US Treasury To Release Harriet Tubman $20 Bill
Gov. Hogan Urges Federal Treasury To Release Tubman $20 Bill In 2020Officials said the redesign of the $20 and other bills is more about protecting them from counterfeit issues.
Meet 3-Year-Old Lovie, Muralist Michael Rosato Behind That Viral Photo Of A Harriet Tubman MuralA new mural featuring an iconic image of Harriet Tubman has just been finished and it's getting national attention. 
Heartwarming Photo Of Little Girl Touching Harriet Tubman Mural In MarylandA heartwarming image of a little girl reaching out to touch the hand of Harriet Tubman in a Maryland mural has gone viral.