Anti-Slavery Movement Begins
Francis Daniel Pastorius, Gerhard Hendricks And Derck And Abraham Op Den Graeff Wrote:
"Pray, what thing in the world could be done worse towards us, that if men should rob or steal us away, and sell us as slaves to strange countries; separating husbands from their wives and children."
Throughout The Next Few Centuries, The Mennonites And Quakers Continued To Be The Primary Force In The Antislavery Movement In America. They Established The First Abolitionist Society In Philadelphia In 1775, With Benjamin Franklin As President.
"In Order For Black History To Live, We Must Continue To Breathe Life Into It." -- Hubert Gaddy, Jr.