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Elizabeth Catlett

In Sojourner Truth I fought for the rights of women as well as Negroes

In Sojourner Truth I fought for the rights of women as well as Negroes, Elizabeth Catlett
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In Sojourner Truth I fought for the rights of women as well as Negroes is a Linocut Print created by Elizabeth Catlett in 1947. It lives at the Whitney Museum of American Art in the United States. The image is © Catlett Mora Family Trust, and used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Political Work, Black Subjects and Portraits. Source

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