Slavery

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  • Slaves are overworked, not paid, and treated like animals no matter how human they are!
  • What's going on?
  • We deserve better treatment, for we are humans too! 
  • This former slave is protesting slavery, and he has some great arguments!
  • These racist buffoons tell us to "enjoy" slavery! Well, I'd like to see them all out in the cotton fields of the south being whipped and overworked! 
  • Frederick Douglass protesting about slavery and rights for blacks in the 1830s. This was near the beginning of the Movement to End Slavery.
  • Our movement is growing, yet is is not strong enough.
  • Wow! Sounds quite interesting. Has the movement accomplished anything yet?
  • An enslaved black woman was on her way to get water when she was drawn into the crowd by Frederick's thunderous voice. She had never heard of the Movement to End Slavery.
  • Yes, so far, we have converted the Northern states to anti-slavery, but the Southern states are not budging.
  • With more support and more determination, we can convince the stubborn South to abolish slavery!
  • An elderly man, fond of Douglass's speeches and a strong supporter of the movement, explained to the young woman what the Movement to End Slavery was.
  • Do you think we'll have to go to war to abolish slavery?
  • Like the fathers of our country, give us freedom! give us liberty! or GIVE US DEATH!
  • I sure hope not.
  • By now, the Movement to End Slavery had already convinced the Northern states to abolish slavery, but the Southern states were not cooperating.
  • At the time, tensions were growing between the North and South states. This would lead to a civil war in years to come.
  • Though it took another 30 years, slavery was finally abolished in 1865. Fredereick Douglass and all of the unfortunate slaves have reached their goal. Today, not only is slavery absent in America, but Blacks and Whites live in equality. This could not be acquired without the Movement to End Slavery.
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