Radical Equality: 1842-1846


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Garrisonian Abolitionist - Inspired by the religious revivals of the Second Great Awakening, Garrison became a ardent abolitionist. Through his speeches and writings in the Liberator, Garrison argued for the immediate abolition of slavery based on moral wrongs. He also advocated for the participation of women in the movement.
Gendered division of labor - Where labor within a given system is divided based on women’s roles and men’s roles.
George Washington Sullivan - Sullivan was the fourth permanent African-American resident of the Association, admitted on November 3, 1843.
Gradual emancipation - The theory that slavery should be ended gradually and not immediately.
Grimke sisters - Grimke sisters Angelina and Sarah Grimke were two early female abolitionists and women's rights activists. They traveled throughout the North, lecturing about their first-hand experiences with slavery on their family plantation in South Carolina.