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Phillis Wheatley, Harriet Tubman, Ida B. Wells Barnett, Sojourner Truth, and others are represented on Smithsonian Folkways' compact disc The Negro Woman, performed by Dorothy Washington.

Wheatley's poem "On Liberty and Slavery" is included on an audiocassette collection from Audio Bookshelf entitled I, Too, Sing America, released in 2000.

"To His Excellency George Washington" is included on an 1955 recording entitled Anthology of Negro Poets in the USA, edited by Arna Bontemps. It was re-released on cassette in 1992 by Smithsonian Folkways Records.

In 1992, Smithsonian Folkways also released a cassette called Blacks in the American Revolutionary War, which covers individuals such as Wheatley and Crispus Atticus as well as blacks who served in the armed forces.

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