Apology for ladies" anti-slavery associations by Elizabeth Coltman Heyrick

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Excerpt from An Apology for Abolitionists: Addressed by the Anti-Slavery Society of Meriden, Conn;, To Their Fellow-Citizens The free people of color would rapidly improve in their moral and physical condition. A load of prejudice now crushes them in the dust. Apology for ladies' anti-slavery associations Author: Heyrick, Elizabeth, Published: () Help support the programs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth suggested that the women's associations should withdraw their funding for the Anti-Slavery Society, if it did not support this resolution.

As the Female Society for Birmingham was one of the largest donors to central funds, it was influential across the whole network of ladies' associations, which supplied over a fifth of all donations.

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Head of the Leicester Ladies Anti-Slavery Group and treasurer for the Birmingham one, she passionately believed that slaves should be freed immediately and inwrote the pamphlet Immediate not Gradual Abolition.

In her book, Women Against Slavery, historian Clare Midgley quotes him objecting to the creation of anti-slavery ladies’ associations: “For ladies to meet, to publish, to go from house to house stirring up petitions—these appear to me proceedings unsuited to the female character as delineated in Scripture.”.

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Britain and a small number of allies are being accused of jeopardising the UN's anti-racism conference by blocking the European Union from issuing a straightforward apology .

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