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Slavery had been present in the states for as long as it had been inhabited. And, it wasn't until 1792 when anti-slavery cities were established, and begn to thrive. But for abolitiolnists like WIlliam Lloyd Garrison, a few measley cities were not enough. He wanted slavery gone, and became very vocal about this ideal
After some time, he realized how he was going to make a difference when it came to the slavery issue...
I shall start a newspaper called "The Liberator", and it shall state all injustices towards those of thy opposite race
And so he did, regardless of the ridicule that he was to receive from his peers, as well as all other citizens of America during this era
Although he received ungodly amounts of hate for his actions, he had many supporters as well. One of his most coveted supporters was Frederick Douglass, who was previously a slave, but was able to escape his owner's clutches. Douglass was also very vocal about his stance on slavery, and made a huge difference in the abolition movement
He also gained the support of many important woman, who would go on to spearhead the woman's rights movement, such as Sojourner Truth
Although Garrison had no direct impact on slavery, he allowed for the attitudes toward slavery of those who reside in the north to be changed for the better, as well as paving the way for the next iconic reform movement. The woman's rights movement.
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