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Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment

Sojourner Truth: Born Isabella Baumfree, 1797, New York, at eleven years old she was sold into slavery along with a flock of sheep for $100.00. She fled her master in 1826, eventually became a freed slave and changed her name to Sojourner Truth.

Here is what happened in the light of her courage, conviction and commitment:

  • She challenged in court the legality of her son being sold into slavery & won against a slew of odds
  • She joined abolitionists Frederick Douglas, William Garrison and others as forceful advocates
  • She became a traveling preacher and an advocate for women's rights
  • She published her memoirs in 1850; in 1851 she delivered her famous speech, Aint I A Woman
  • She agitated for and recruited black people to fight in the Civil War & met Abraham Lincoln
  • In 2009 her statue was unveiled in the US Capitol commemorating her legacy

Sojourner Truth - one of the gutsiest women in American History.

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Throughout the month of March we are sharing from our incredible list of Wonder Women: Mighty Women, Unique Women, Women of Integrity, Courage & Commitment.. Share yours!

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