Abolitionist vs Abolitionist

Abolitionist vs Abolitionist
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  •  Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison, both abolitionist, met at an American Anti-Slavery Society meeting in 1841, and saw that they had the same ideals for America...
  • Afternoon!, good sir!
  • Slavery
  • Fancy meeting you here!
  • Douglass was a runaway slave and Garrison wanted him to tell his story to the people in the meeting to further their point on destroying slavery.
  • Tell your story Fred...
  • So I was just sittin' there...
  • Garrison and Douglass became a dynamic duo and spread Douglass's story.
  •  “Have we been listening to the testimony of a piece of property or a man?”
  • "A MAN!"
  • Convention after convention, Douglass continued to tell his story...until he realized something: those reading a newspaper by a freed slave would understand the reality of the matter at hand rather than those who continue to look from the outside.
  • Tell your story Fred...
  • Am I doing any justice for myself and fellow brethren?
  • So I was still sittin' there...
  • He began to write a newspaper, infamously known as The North Star. He named it this because it would be a guide to runaway slaves as they journey their way to freedom in the North or Canada. Garrison wasn't so happy that he decided to ditch him.
  • How dare he leave me!
  • How can I write this to where everyone can understand the dilemma of our country?
  • Though they didn't stay friends for the entirety of their lives, they both made major contributions to the Abolition of Slavery. 
  • -Published The Liberator -Formed the New England Anti-Slavery Society -One of the most famous Abolitionists
  • -called for emancipation and racial equality for ALL slaves 
  • -Published the North Star -Wrote Autobiography: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass -One of the most famous Abolitionists
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