Console Mattiacci Law is proud new sponsor of Cape May, New Jersey’s Harriet Tubman Museum

Posted on Feb 21, 2020 by Brittany Carter

Console Mattiacci Law is a proud sponsor of the new Harriet Tubman museum in Cape May, new Jersey. The museum is scheduled to open June 19, 2020, which is a day that commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States. Harriet Tubman lived in Cape May in the early 1850s. The museum will pay homage to Tubman and her time spent in Cape May as well as display historic African art and the Reverend Davis exhibits. “Her legacy of bravery serves to remind us that the fire of the soul can never be stolen, regardless of our most formidable opponent,” says attorney Anna Norman of Console Mattiacci Law. Console Mattiacci Law is proud to continue the legacy of fighting for justice for those who feel like they do not have a strong voice. To learn more about the Harriett Tubman Museum, please visit:

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Console Mattiacci Law, LLC is an employment rights law firm with offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Moorestown, New Jersey; Wayne, Pennsylvania; and, New York City, New York. Since its inception in 1990, the firm has focused its practice on the representation of current, former and potential employees concerning work-related matters. The lawyers at Console Mattiacci Law, LLC counsel current and former employees and applicants for employment, who have been victimized by illegal employment discrimination and retaliation, including sex, race, religion, disability and age discrimination and sexual harassment at work. They also represent employees concerning medical leaves, disability benefits, wage and hour claims, employment contracts, severance agreements, stock option plans, and class action lawsuits and to learn more about Console Mattiacci Law, please click here

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