Harvard University Anti Slavery Movement Discussion

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Temperance Movement

Antislavery Movement

Women's Rights Movement

Second Great Awakening

New Religious Groups

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Must use examples from the textbook, lectures, and a primary source in your answer. All three. Any post without examples from all 3 will receive 0. Your post will also cite all 3. Primary sources can be found in the Textbook Reader, module resources, or you can ask Dr.G.

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Read Chapter 10 in American YAWP Textbook

Read Primary Sources from American YAWP Reader

David Walker pg 193

William Llyod Garrison pg 195

Angelina Grimke pg 197

Sarah Grimke pg 199

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Anti-slavery Movement



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Anti-slavery sentiments and views existed among the white American population for
years. The majority advocated the gradual emancipation of enslaved people. In the 1830s, a
radicalized group of anti-slavery movement emerged seeking an immediate end of slavery. The
radicalized whites included; David Walker, William Lloyd, and other evangelical groups.1
Northern formerly enslaved people joined them; their strategy used moral persuasion to convince

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