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There will also be, throughout the day, portrayals of 19th-century abolitionist Abby Kelley and William Lloyd Garrison, founder of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Theodore Dwight Weld and the American Anti-Slavery Society.
The two men likely inspired Truth's involvement in the American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS), which was led by William Lloyd Garrison, publisher of The Liberator, an antislavery newspaper.
ON JANUARY 27, 1843, in a resolution adopted by the American Anti-Slavery Society, the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison famously denounced the U.
and Theodore Wright (Cornish's successor at the First Colored Presbyterian Church) served on the Board of the American Anti-slavery Society.
The male-dominated American Anti-Slavery Society was founded in 1833 - and quickly divided by the role of women in the abolition movement.
By the time Ellen Craft appeared on stage with her husband and William Wells Brown in New England in 1849, and Sarah Remond delivered her earliest speeches for the American Anti-Slavery Society in the mid-1850s, and attended the New York Women's Rights Convention in 1858, American female abolitionists and women's rights advocates were well versed in the analogy that had become identification--woman as sister slave.
In 1833, just two years after abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison began publishing the Liberator and months before the American Anti-Slavery Society was established, Child entered the anti-slavery movement with her groundbreaking Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans.