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influenced the raging racism and violence from whites towards free
blacks within this time
an appeal to Americans to support abolition and racial justice on the
basis of their Christian consciences and concern for their immortal souls. During the 1830s the AASS pursued a strategy based on moral suasion.
Influential black newspaper published in the 1840s and 1850s by Frederick Douglass.
The ultimate destination for many African Americans on the under- ground railroad. Because slavery was illegal in the British Empire after 1833, fugitive slaves were safe
there. The stronger fugitive slave law that Congress passed as part of the
Compromise of 1850 made Canada an even more important refuge for African
organization formed by William Lloyd
Garrison in 1833 to work for immediate emancipation and equal rights for African
required that no petition related to d slavery could be introduced in the House of
Philadelphia Vigilance association
group formed in response to the use of force by
slave catchers to recapture fugitive slaves.
proponent of the racial integration of society.
Organizations and individuals that aided escaped slaves in their journeys to the North.