×
1/
Skip to main content

The Negro Woman

The Negro Woman

This collection of spoken word chronicles the profound influence of the African-American woman in America. Compiled from speeches, letters, articles, and autobiographies Dorothy Franklin Washington gives life to the words of Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Mary McLeod Bethune and other African American women who played a principal role in shaping a more tolerant America.

Track Listing

icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
101
Introduction (Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve) Dorothy Washington 2:05
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
102
Phillis Wheatley (1753-1784) Dorothy Washington 1:08
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
103
Sojourner Truth (1753-1784) Dorothy Washington 5:19
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
104
Sojourner Truth cont. Dorothy Washington 2:51
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
105
Harriet Tubman (1829-1913) Dorothy Washington 4:50
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
201
Harriet Tubman cont. Dorothy Washington 4:26
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
202
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825-1911) Dorothy Washington 2:40
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
203
Ida B. Wells (1862-1931) Dorothy Washington 2:14
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
204
Mary Church Terrel (1863-1954) Dorothy Washington 3:25
icon-circle-play svg-new-pause-button
205
Mary McLeod Bethune (1874-1955) Last Will and Testament Dorothy Washington 4:40
TOP

.