Sojourner Truth: Ain't I a Woman?
Published to coincide with African-American History Month, here is the stirring, award-winning biography of Sojourner Truth--preacher, abolitionist, and activist for the rights of African-Americans and women. A rich profile.--School Library Journal. A 1993 Coretta Scott King Honor Book.
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Starting from her early life, this book takes us through the remarkable life of Sojourner Truth. Born into slavery, she eventually because a free woman, and a powerful speaker against the injustice of ... Read full review
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In 1797, Isabella was born in New York. She was a slave until 1827, but was not known as Sojourner Truth until much later in life. She tried to learn how to read and perform basic tasks but this was ... Read full review