Abolitionists Against Slavery

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Abolitionists are people who were against slavery. The goal of the abolitionists was to emancipate all slaves, end racial discrimination and segregation. To achieve this goal, abolitionists took part in various activities across the nation. For example, they gave speeches, published newspapers and organize the Underground Railroad. William Lloyd Garrison was the publisher of The Liberator, a fiery anti-slavery newspaper. He gave speeches such as “No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery” and “On the Death of John Brown.” Frederick Douglass wrote anti-slavery books and also published a newspaper called the North Star. Sojourner Truth was famous for giving the speech “Ain’t I a Women?” As you can see, abolitionists are important figures in the
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