The speech Ain't I A Women by Sojourner Truth or Isabella Baumfree, an anti-slavery speaker who would become famous for her many speeches on the issue of black racist discrimination by the whites. She expresses the issue of how men were regarded to be the superior being from their womenfolk.
The given lines from the speech reveal her frustration at what the menfolk think a woman is supposed to be. Right at the heels of her statement that men claim "women need to be helped" in their lives, she went right on to state that she as a black woman is further subjected to fewer rights. She stated that "that little man in black there, he says women can't have as many rights as men, 'cause Christ wasn't a woman!". And she replied that Christ came from a woman, thus signifying the importance of women in society. The tone of the given speech is that of frustration which she used to address her point forward.