Abolitionists

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  • How is America ¨the land of the free,"and still allow slavery
  • This isn't fair! I should be free
  • Virginia
  • As of now, you are all free
  • William Lloyd Garrison
  • I created my abolitionist newspaper called the Liberator
  • Who does your work? Slaves! We need to get work done, so we need slaves!
  • Around the 1800s, many Americans were wondering why. The conditions were slaves getting angry from not having freedom, the cruel treatment of slaves and even children.
  • Cruel Treatment of slaves is unacceptable
  • Which is why I created my own newspaper called the North Star!
  • Fredrick Douglass
  • Later on, every state north of Virginia had now been considered a ¨Free State.¨ Although, the southern states still allowed slavery.
  • The Grimke Sisters
  • We agree! Slavery is horrible! We want to speak for slaves to help end slavery!
  • One religious, white man name William Lloyd Garrison  created an abolitionist newspaper called the Liberator.  His goal was to end slavery. However, pro-slaves became angry.
  • The Grimke Sisters
  • Fredrick Douglass
  • William Lloyd Garrison
  • One time, an escaped slave named Fredrick Douglass spoke to a group of abolitionists. He created his own newspaper to help stop slavery and discrimination.
  • The Grimke sisters were good leaders in the abolitionist movement. They helped create the idea of a slave free America.
  • In the end, the Abolitionist movement act helped fight against slavery, discrimination, human cruelty, and segregation. The Grimke Sisters, Fredrick Douglass, and William Lloyd Garrison all helped end slavery! Slaves got free, and lived with their families!
  • I am free now from the abolitionist movement. I am home with my family, and I am living good
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