Sojourner Truth abolitionist
Sojourner Truth was the most prominent African-American woman in both the abolitionist movement and the early feminist movement. Born a slave called Isabella, some years after achieving freedom she took the name Sojourner Truth and traveled as a speaker. She was known for her charisma, majestic height, and her rousing "Ain't I a Woman?" speech at a women's rights convention in 1851. Died: 1883
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