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Black Abolitionists (1700s-1800s) - Kerri Greenidge
Black Abolitionists (1700s-1800s) - Kerri Greenidge
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A large illustrated four-fold brochure that serves to answer the question: Who actually freed the slaves? By 1837, when Susan Robbins Garrison became a founding member of the Concord Female Antislavery Society, black abolitionists already had a long history of demanding freedom and racial justice on their own terms. Published by our friends at The Robbins House.

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