Angelina & Sarah Grimke
Sydnee R. & Abbey B.

Background information-

Angelina and Sarah Grimke were the only white people to be born in the Upper Class only to reject it and fight against Slavery in the South.

Sarah was born on November 26, 1792 and Angelina was born on February 20, 1805.

Grew up in South Carolina to a Slave owning family.

Accomplishments-

Sarah growing up taught her families slave to read (against the law)

Angelina joined P.F.A.S.S. (Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society) From a woman's point-a-view she wrote letters to the local newspaper protesting Slavery.

Both sisters began to make speeches to an audiences of both genders. Sisters later started getting attacks from listeners of the protests and speeches.

Sisters later moved to New York from being rebuked from the P.F.A.S.S. and joined New York's Anti-Slavery Society.

Comment Stream

2 years ago
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Your abolitionist and mine, David Walker, both wrote to inspire others to fight for their freedom.

2 years ago
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Your abolitionist also was well known for speeches just like our abolitionist Henry Highland Garnet

2 years ago
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lot of good facts

2 years ago
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your abolitionist and david walker both wrote about slavery

2 years ago
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Both were woman in and against slavery

2 years ago
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Sojourner and the Angelina both joined groups that were Anti-slavery.

2 years ago
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Both of our abolitionist wrote speeches.