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  • Slavery in the 1800's
  • I wish we could get out of here
  • Me to! We could but nobody is putting a voice out to help us.
  • 1831: somebody finally speaks out
  • All African- American people deserve equality! so i am starting a fiery to fight against slavery
  • An example of his Fiery
  • THE LIBERATOR COMMENCED JANUARY 1st  1831 W.L.G. I am earnest! I will not equivocate! I will not excuse! I will not retreat a single inch! AND I WILL BE HEARD!
  • Slavery was a big problem in the 1800's, but nobody was doing anything about it. slaves were being bossed around and hurt by slave owners, but they couldn't do anything about it. The best anybody could have done would be to put a voice in about slavery. 
  • 1845: Fredrick Douglas Speaks out
  • People love the idea of slavery? what a bunch of losers!
  • Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!
  • in 1831 Lloyd Garrison published a fiery called The Liberator. His newspaper called for not only an end to slavery, but full equality for African Americans. The fiery gained public attention through his articles. Garrison demanded immediate freeing of all slaves. This did not go to well as it ended in his house being burned down. 
  • Women Get involved
  • This is an example of what Lloyd Garrison's fiery looked like. This fiery was very strong and had a great meaning to it and is a great way to get your voice heard. 
  • The impacts on today's society
  • Fredrick Douglas was an escapee slave. One day Lloyd Garrison heard Fredrick Douglas giving a speech for abolitionists. He spoke with a voice like thunder describing the cruel treatment to slaves. In his speeches he made fun of people who think we should love slavery. He quickly became an abolitionist leader. He was a brilliant and independent speaker and eventually started his own newspaper against slavery. 
  • Many women were inspired by religious reform movements to become involved in the fight against slavery. Many women faced violence while fighting in the reform movements. A young woman named Angelina Grimke tried to speak out against slavery, and a mob of people threw stones at her. When she kept speaking, they burned down the building she was speaking in. 
  • Is she in there? 
  • Yea!
  • Throughout the years after this reform movement many people went against slavery. A lot of the famous people from the past are recognized for being apart of fighting against slavery. We remember people from the 1800's and 1900's that fought against slavery, and how they made an impact, and how they made slavery be against the law. 
  • I thank MLK Jr. and all other African Americans that fought against slavery for making us free. 
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