The Anti-Slavery Alphabet PDF/EPUB ↠ The

The Anti-Slavery Alphabet [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Anti-Slavery Alphabet Author Anonymous – Buyprobolan50.co.uk In in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania a Anti Slavery Fair was held to raise awareness of the plight of African American peoples across the United States Written and illustrated by unknown peoples and pres Inin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania a Anti Slavery Fair was held to raise awareness of the plight of African American peoples across the United States Written and illustrated by unknown peoples and presented by the Philadelphia Female Anti Slavery society the Anti Slavery Alphabet was aimed at both adults and children alike Its authors hoped it would kindle the flame of humanity in its readers and bring about a better tomorrowNineteen years after the publication of the the Anti Slavery Alphabet slavery was abolished by passing of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States ConstitutionAlthough slavery was The Anti-Slavery eBook ↠ abolished in the Unites States it the message in this book is still very relevant as many other nations still turn a blind eye to slavery today.


10 thoughts on “The Anti-Slavery Alphabet

  1. Kori ☾ Kori ☾ says:

    Teaches kids of the 1800 not to be racist rat finks I approve.


  2. Rikki Rikki says:

    A quick children s book of rhymes from 1847 that discourages racism and encourages antiracism and subsequently abolition It s androcentric, as most writing was at the time An example is A is an Abolitionist A man who wants to free The wretched slave and give to all An equal liberty It s nice to see these calls to action existed and that some, apparently, were importantly slanted toward children I see a lot of parallels between this and feminist and animal rights literature and am A quick children s book of rhymes from 1847 that discourages racism and encourages antiracism and subsequently abolition It s androcentric, as most writing was at the time An example is A is an Abolitionist A man who wants to free The wretched slave and give to all An equal liberty It s nice to see these calls to action existed and that some, apparently, were importantly slanted toward children I see a lot of parallels between this and feminist and animal rights literature and am reminded sadly that one of the core reasons why there have been victories in the civil rights movement s that have not occurred in the feminist and animal rights movements is because men are among those affected by white supremacy Patriarchy the enemy of feminism and all females regardless of her awareness benefits all males, including males of color, at the detriment of females especially females of color carnism, a product of patriarchy, benefits both males and females but males so and to the detriment of chiefly female non human animals, whose lives and bodies make up the majority of animal ab use by humans, and female humans by their shared subordination by male humans.Patriarchy s primary axis is sexism Its focus, one could say, is the subordination of the female class to the dominant male class But patriarchy begot white supremacy just as it did carnism and capitalism imperialism This doesn t mean that poor men or men of color or poor men of color do not benefit from patriarchy it just means that, while they have male privilege under the sexist axis of patriarchy, they do not have the same privilege that would be granted to them if they were of a higher socioeconomic class or were white I mention this to clarify any confusion that might have arisen by my seemingly contradictory statements of patriarchy benefits all men followed by patriarchy white supremacy White supremacy still needs to be fought against, which is disturbing, infuriating, and tragic, especially considering this children s book is almost 200 years old and even it was a latecomer, if we take 1619 to be the beginnings of Black slavery in the U.S All aspects of patriarchy, including white supremacy, must be fought against and dismantled I guess I just wish men understood this Maybe then we would have better and faster prosocial progress on all fronts harmed by patriarchy, including the lives of POC especially WOC


  3. David L. Miller David L. Miller says:

    It was very slanted and tough for a child to like Definitely dated to that period 1800 s.


  4. Emma Emma says:

    Justwow.


  5. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    Pre Civil War.Packs a lot of information on slavery in a short alphabet poem for children Impressive.


  6. Jessica Roberts Jessica Roberts says:

    Ok.This is just silly but.There is something of note This thing was created with the idea of recruiting children as abolitionists Amazing I wonder if something like this is done for modern extremists


  7. Mckinley Mckinley says:

    Alphabet letters with 4 line poems.


  8. Dan Dan says:

    This is a short but well spoken book.


  9. Leah Coffin Leah Coffin says:

    Z is a Zealous man, sincere, Faithful, and just, and true An earnest pleader for the slave Will you not be so too


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