Slavery Reform Storyboard

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  • Congress, 1808, passing an anti-slave trade in the Atlantic.
  • Me as well!
  • I agree!
  • Slavery is a big issue, gentlemen. We need to stop all slave trade in the Atlantic immediately!
  • Abolitionists work together to figure out a plan on how to end slavery, 1819.
  • I say that we end slavery peacefully by asking Congress to pass an anti-slavery law.
  • I disagree. We need to inspire the slaves to rise up and revolt against their owners!
  • William Lloyd Garrison, 1831, starts a abolitionists newspaper called The Liberator. He speaks the harsh truth even though he gets disapproval from many Northerners.
  • I demand the immediate freeing of all slaves! I will be as harsh as truth! I will not retreat a single inch- and i will be heard!
  • Fredrick Douglas speaking in front of Garrison, and many other abolitionists, telling of how children were treated and other stories.
  • (2) Shall such a man be held a slave in a Christian land?
  • (3) No! No! No!
  • (1)The children were treated like animals, just like us...
  • Women join the fight against slavery. Angelina Grimke speaks out, anti-abolitionists throw stones at her and burn down the building, 1830's.
  • Slavery is inhumane! It goes against the ways of the Lord to commit these evil actions against our fellow humans. Slavery causes nothing but pain, and a great deal of it!
  • After a few brave people spoke out against slavery, it inspired many others to join the fight to end the cruel act. A war between the North and the South began. The North won the bloody battle that lasted between 1861- 1865, which lead to slavery being abolished on December 6, 1865. When slavery was reformed, it ended the free hard labor and murdering of innocent African Americans which took place for about 250 years in America. Although the Emancipation Proclamation abolished slavery here in America, many other countries still face the harshness and cruelty of slavery. Children in modern day time are the biggest victims to this crime, many being forced to work long hours for pennies a day, literally. We need more people like Fredrick Douglas, William Garrison, and Angelina Grimke to speak out against the slavery in our time, before its gets worse than it already is.
  • THE END!!
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