Truth Spoke

Some articles on truth, truth spoke:

Sojourner Truth - "The Truth Calls Me" - "Ain't I A Woman?"
... In 1851, Truth left Northampton to join George Thompson, an abolitionist and speaker ... Dana Barker Gage, who both were present when Truth spoke ... Different versions of Truth's words have been recorded, with the first one published a month later by Marius Robinson, a newspaper owner and editor who was in the audience ...

Famous quotes containing the words spoke and/or truth:

    He spoke to the rabble;
    dead,
    dead,
    dead were our ears
    that heard not, yet heard.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

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