AIN’T I A WOMAN?
by Sojourner Truth
Women’s Convention in Akron, Ohio~1851
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Well, children, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter.
In her speech to a women’s right’s convention in 1851, Sojourner Truth intends to prove how she is a woman equal to every man. By providing many examples of her strength, and inciting pathos in the audience, Truth proves how not only she, but all women should be treated as equal to men. 1,185 more words
As February is Black History Month, I thought it appropriate to talk about Sojourner Truth. Sad to say, the last time I gave this remarkable lady some serious thought was when I had to do a report on her in elementary school. 355 more words
Black History: Special Delivery!!
Many are familiar with the activism of Sojourner Truth as an abolitionist and suffragist. Here a few facts you may not know about Sojourner Truth: 431 more words
The very talented Rotterdam, the Netherlands based singer/songwriter Sabrina Starke not only delighted but also stunned everybody with her previous appereance on Moody Without Music while releasing the visuals for ‘ 30 more words