Abolition

Abolition
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  • I was only nine years old when I was bought for $100 by John Neely.
  • If you don't obey my every command, than I will beat you till the sun goes down!!
  • I met Robert when I was 18, and fell in love with him. 
  • It made me so sad when I found out I wasn't able to marry a man owned by a different person. 
  • I met Sojourner Truth when I was 18, but never got to marry the love of my life. 
  • I met Sojourner Truth when my slave owner introduced us. 
  • I  met Thomas after not being able to marry Robert.. We ended up having 5 children. 
  • When the date arrived, however, he had a change of heart and refused to let her go.
  • I promised Isabella I’d grant her freedom on July 4, 1826, “if she would do well and be faithful.” 
  • Sojourner Truth came to work for me as my housemaid, and in her time with me grew as a christian. 
  • In 1843, with what I believed was my religious obligation to go forth and speak the truth, I changed my name to Sojourner Truth. and embarked on a journey to preach the gospel and speak out against slavery and oppression.
  •  I embarked on a journey to preach the gospel and speak out against slavery and oppression.
  • In 1851, I spoke at the Women's Right's Convention, and talked about equal rights for black women. 
  • Reporters published different transcripts of the speech where I used the rhetorical question, “Ain’t I A Woman?” to point out the discrimination I experienced as a black woman and used to be slave. 
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