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"Ain't I a Woman?" (video)

This was too awesome not to share. Actress Nkechi reenacts Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech for a TEDx talk.

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sandyfaithking reblogged this on multicolouredsmartypants and commented:

'Sojourner Truth was an African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist. Truth was born into slavery in Swartekill, Ulster County, New York, but escaped with her infant daughter to freedom in 1826.' (wikipedia) I have read a lot about slavery and the history of slavery. William Wilberforce is a personal hero, someone whom I find inspiring as an abolitionist and as a Christian. I know less about Sojourner Truth, but you can hear what an incredible woman she was in her own words as spoken here by Nkechi. Thank you, Laura, for posting this.

Fighting Losing Battles

Over the years,  I have experienced the feeling of defeat wage war on my heart and taunt my mind. This type of ministry is hard, very hard. 726 more words


PAUL KENDRICK: The Last Encounter of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass

New York Times: As the presidential coach plowed through thick mud on Pennsylvania Avenue, Frederick Douglass sensed danger. The editor and abolitionist activist began walking as closely behind as he could, studying every onlooker for a hint of conspiracy. 110 more words


Shame, Denial, and Abolition in England

“You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.” 

                                    William Wilberforce

If you watched the movie, … 741 more words

Historical Fiction

Abolitionists vs Regulationists

It helps to have words to describe where you stand. The tipping point that encouraged me to be vegan has more to do with the human health impact of overconsuption of meat and dairy than the animal health impact of factory farming. 258 more words


Broken Has a Face

Broken- reduced to fragments; fragmented.ruptured; torn; fractured.infringed or violated

Broken is an interesting word. What do you think of when you read or hear that word? 698 more words


Hope Abounds

Today thousands of people are putting a red x on there hands to raise awareness for human trafficking. if you don’t know what human trafficking is human trafficking is modern day slavery where human beings are sold for sex and labour. 624 more words

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