Black Women's Role In The Abolitionist Movement

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African American History Essay Abolitionists were people who thought slavery was wrong and tried to fight against it. They were the people who played the key role in freeing the slaves and risking their lives to help free slaves and risking their lives to help free slaves in the underground railroad. Women were also an active part in the abolitionist movement. White women stepped out of their domestic roles to work against the enslavement of the others and in facts, they were prominent in the abolitionist movement than black women. Their were many famous black women abolitionist such as Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, and Maria Stewart, who were very influential during the movement. The American Anti-Slavery
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