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In emphasizing the importance of individual thinking and basing one's beliefs on one's own experiences, Sojourner shows she has much in common with
It depends on what you read. If you read "Ain't I a woman?", Sojourner relates herself to white women, and compares how they are supposedly treated to her treatment.
You did not put down the names of the people you had to choose from.
If you were not given a group of people, then who could you compare Sojourner with in today's society?What women today bring that message to society?