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Ms. Truth opens this speech by saying that black men and women gathering together should strike fear into the general population's hearts - and right she is. She dismisses the idea that women can't get things done and claims that women can change anything if they put their mind to it.

Public Domain (P)2018 Museum Audiobooks

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2 minutes long and they mispronounce her name.

2 minutes long and they mispronounce her name. 2 minutes long and they mispronounce her name.

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wow.

succinct. race and gender dissolved. this woman was so far beyond what today we call leftist politics. well more than a hundred years ahead of her time.