Sojourner Truth: "Ain't I a Woman?"
Cricket Magazine Vol 15, Num 6, Feb 1988
After New York freed its slaves in 1828, a young slave named Isabella made her way to New York, joined with the abolitionists and changed her name to Sojourner Truth. From that moment forth she became a tireless worker for both abolition and women's rights. This is a short but powerful story of a famous speech she gave at a meeting for women's rights in 1851, hosted by fellow feminist Frances Dana Gage.