Sojourner Trurh KaRon Singletary
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" I am not going to die, I'm going home like a shooting star."
"If women want any rights more than they's got, why don't they just take them, and not be talking about it."
" It is the mind that takes the body."
Born Isabella Baumfree Circa 1797, Sojourner was one of twelve children. She was born in the town of Swartekill. Truths date of birth was not recorded and is unknown. Truth was an African-American abolitionist. She was also a women's right activist.
Sojourner Truth had many accomplishments. One of them was her escaping her slave owner. Another was becoming an activist after she escaped her slave owner. But Her biggest accomplishment was her speech, "Ain't I a Woman."
Sojourner Truth is significant in black history because her work against slavery. She was also important because she gave speeches about what it was like being a slave. It really opened up peoples eyes
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