ABOLITIONISM

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He said " I shall be under no party or society, but shall advocate the slaves cause in the way in which my judgement, will be best suited to the advancement of the cause." ( Huggins, 42). While Frederick Douglass was a man who set goals first and foremost for the abolition of slavery and the hope for racial equality, he also did identify with other reform and equality movements such as women's suffrage...
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He supported, attended and advocated for such meetings as the conference in Seneca Falls, The National Women's Rights Convention. " Hardly a women's rights meeting occurred in the 1850's without him as a principal speaker"( Huggins, 49). But in May 1869, at the annual meeting of the Equal Rights Association, Douglas addressed the urgency of the vote of black men...
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