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What remarkable speech did Sojourner Truth give?

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What remarkable speech did Sojourner Truth give?

Sojourner Truth:

Born a slave, Truth escaped slavery in 1828 and later went on to become a popular abolitionist speaker. She also spoke for women's rights and was a member of many different religious organizations. She changed her name to Sojourner Truth in 1843 when she believed God called her to travel the countryside and testify against slavery and the subjection of women.

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She gave many different speeches in her lifetime, but her most popular one was "Ain't I a Woman?". This speech was not actually titled when...

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