This page is dedicated to the activists and the messages of the Abolition movement among African-Americans in the nineteenth century. Please continue to check back for updates on this project.
If thee wish to view "The Radicalization of Frederick Douglass" please click on one of the following links.
Part I--Black Abolitionism 1829-1849
Part II--Black Abolitionism 1849-1857
Part III--Black Abolitionism and Black Manhood
"Let Your Motto Be Resistance" A look at Black radicalism in the abolition movement. (suitable for high school).
Martin R. Delany
James W. C. Pennington
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