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In an ever changing world the evolution of man has been themost drastic in terms of technological environmental andemotional advancement With great expansions in the variousareas mentioned earlier the human being has ignored the veryentity of there existence and the power of reasoning theability to comprehend right from wrong without distortion TheNarrative of Sojourner Truth illustrates the hardships that wereendured enslavement illiteracy underclassing brutalassaults and murders The African -American women wereclassed as third rate in the human scale that was implemented bythe slaveowners categorized under the whites then under theAfrican-American males The African-American women were kept ingood standing for the convenience of child bearing Overburdened with the trials and tribulations of slaverySojourner Truth was able to prosper with spiritual beliefsSojourner Truths stability was made possible by a strong belief in the Holy Spirit God was the major source of guidanceand willpower from the commencement of the slave trade until theemancipation of slavery Slavery was orchestrated on a massscale and caused the separation of many families in order toensure that slaves would remain with there respective masters Subservience to the slaveowners was considered to be sacredSlaves were mentally programmed to believe there masters weregods The wives of the slaveowners were seen as goddesss withthere prime intent on down playing the daily work done by theAfrican-American women This was evident with Sojourners firstslave mistress the continuos work routine that was endure bySojourner was difficult for males to accomplished the slavesloyal to there masters Ignorance of the slaves was a pivotalpoint in terms of loyalty Considering slave knowledge waslimited in terms of the genetic appearance beliefs andlanguage slaveowners could use this in a condescending mannerto position themselves as gods in the eyes of Sojourner andAt this time she looked upon her master as a God and believedthat he could see her at all times even as God himself 1 Female African-Americans were kept from experiencingany form of higher learning they were confined to commonhousehold chores- duties that
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