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Angelina Grimke: Voice of Abolition

This book is about Angelina Grimké
"Angelina Grimke: Voice of Abolition" vividly brings to life the inspiring story of Angelina Grimke, a woman born into a Southern slave-owning family in the mid-1830s, who, alongside her Quaker sister, courageously fought to end slavery. This transformative narrative, published on January 1, 1999, delves deep into the heart of racial justice and gender equality through the lens of Grimke's daring defiance against the oppressive norms of her time. Aimed at middle-school readers, the book not only explores the historical and cultural contexts of the abolitionist movement but also highlights the personal growth and moral struggles faced by Grimke. By showcasing her journey from a life of privilege to becoming a key figure in the fight for human rights, this book encourages young readers to reflect on how one individual's voice can challenge the injustices of society and inspire change.
Published by Linnet Books on January 1, 1999
178 pages
ISBN: 9780208024855
Best for readers in Middle School
This book provides valuable insights into Gender Equality and Racial Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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