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Challenges with Interpreting Northern Views Towards Slavery

Public historians interpreting nineteenth century United States history are tasked with facilitating discussions with their audiences about a wide range of unique and challenging historical topics. 1,156 more words


So You're This Cultural Movement That Started this Big War

The Antebellum period was an incredibly important culturally for American history. It was an awakening of art, literature and a spread of new cultural ideals. This painting represents both the art movement and the spread of new ideals. 89 more words

15 Ways You Are Wrong About Anarchists

I straight up snatched this from the Facebook page Strike the Root, and added my own bold and links.

15 Ways You Are Probably Wrong About…

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William Lloyd Garrison and the Principle of Non-Voting

With the passing of November 4, 2014, has come another cycle of debate, discussion, and voting in the United States. Every two years U.S. citizens participate in this ritual by voting for local, county, state, and national leaders to serve and protect their interests. 952 more words


If you think it's wrong to hurt animals, you already believe in veganism: Why veganism?

Source The Abolitionist Vegan Society

Do you think it’s wrong to hurt animals unnecessarily? If so, please watch this short video. There is no graphic imagery. 254 more words



Abolitionism is a movement to end slavery, whether formal or informal. In Western European and America, abolitionism was a historical movement to end the African and Indian slave trade and set slaves free.  496 more words