Sojourner Truth Tour
Celebrate Women's History Month
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Sojourner Truth Live
a performance by Kim Russell

Sojourner was...
•       An American Hero
•        An Abolitionist
•        A Women’s Rights Advocate
•        Famous for speech “Ain’t I a Woman?”
•        A preacher with a lesson for the 21st
   century

Performance is ideal for...
Cultural art center presentations
For classroom or assembly
Chautauqua & Humanities studies
Women's History (Mar)
Black History Month (Feb)
African American History Studies
Celebrate the American
 experience
Contact:  Kimrussell@earthlink.net
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Description:
Touring one-person show, Chautauqua, and humanities presentation.  Celebrate the
19th amendment and women's right to vote. Celebrate the civil war victory ending
slavery.  "Sojourner Truth live" talks about her journey from slavery to liberation and
the fight for recognition and equality.  Travel with her from Washington DC to Michigan,
in her celebration of the human spirit.

Kim Russell has performed on college campuses and regional theaters across the
country in this funny and engaging stage piece.  Ideal for black box, for school
assemblies, church assemblies and more.

Looking for resources on the life of Sojourner Truth - check here:  
    
Background on Sojourner Truth

Great websites to visit:
Visit Sojourner's first home:
 the New Paltz, (New York) Education center's website
Sojourner Truth Memorial in the Nation's Capital:  National Congress of Black Women
And be sure to visit the final resting place of Sojourner Truth:
    Battle Creek, Michigan:
       Oak Hill - Sojourner Truth
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