Thursday, November 19, 2009
Philadelphiia Female Anti-Slavery Society
Imagine women talking in whispers with their hands over their mouth. Imagine African Americans being told what to do by the white man. Majority of the women in the 1800s wereIn the 1800s women did not have the chance to speak the way men did. Their words did not count they spoke in whispers. Until William Garison thought that women should be allowed to help free slaves as well. So he created the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society with the help of Lucreata Mott. The Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society helped expand the rights of women and African Americans.