This two-day symposium was made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors:
These sponsorship levels represent the three stages of Harriet Tubman's life in chronological order, from the Underground Railroad, to the Civil War, to her later work on behalf of the aged, indigent and infirm. They also indicate a progression in commitment, from abolitionists who took risks to support the antislavery movement, to soldiers who put their lives on the line to fight for freedom, to what we consider the highest level of humanitarianism - going beyond violence to work for human rights, social justice and for the health and welfare of other human beings.
To become a sponsor, contact Symposium Co-Chair Rosemarie Romano at email@example.com.
|Cayuga Fund of the Central New York Community Foundation ($3000)|
|$1,000 Freedom Fighter|
|Cayuga Community College History Club|
|Finger Lakes Community Arts Grants|
|Hilton Garden Inn|
|Nucor Steel of Auburn|
The Thursday night performance of A Change Gon' Come was made possible by the Cayuga Community College Foundation, its Cultural Enrichment Fund and the Ruth P. Thomas Arts Fund.