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anti-slavery

[ˈæntɪˈsleɪvərɪ] ADJen contra de la esclavitud
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DOUGLASS could be persuaded to conse- crate his time and talents to the promotion of the anti-slavery enterprise, a powerful impetus would be given to it, and a stunning blow at the same time inflicted on northern prejudice against a colored complexion.
His father was a tireless and devoted member of the group of London anti-slavery workers (Claphamites), and was Secretary of the company which conducted Sierra Leone (the African state for enfranchised negroes); he had also made a private fortune in African trade.
(1759-1833), English philanthropists and anti-slavery agitators who helped to secure passage of the Emancipation Bill by Parliament in 1833.
Thus it was directly in the spirit and genius of the age, what happened in one instance when a church censured and threatened to excommunicate one of its members on account of the somewhat hostile part to the church which his conscience led him to take in the anti-slavery business; the threatened individual immediately excommunicated the church in a public and formal process.
Companies that find their products are being made using slave labour should work with suppliers to stop the abuse rather than focusing on protecting their reputations, Britain's anti-slavery commissioner said on Monday.
The walk visits Brunswick Methodist Church, which became the centre of anti-slavery campaigns, and will feature locals Anna Richardson, an active Quaker campaigner against slavery for 50 years and responsible for buying the freedom of the African American antislavery campaigner Frederick Douglas, and the Rev William Turner, a Unitarian minister and founder of the Literary and Philosophical Society, who was chairman of the Anti Slave Trade Campaign in 1791.
They could either accept the Court's ruling, condemn the entire political and constitutional order, and adopt a course of radical opposition; or they could reaffirm the anti-slavery Constitution, expose the Court's errors in Dred Scott, and redouble their efforts to assemble an anti-slavery political majority on a sound constitutional basis.
And the multi-agency event, designed as a platform for debate, will allow key findings to be shared with leading anti-slavery campaigners at a national level.
Earlier this week, Princess Eugenie revealed that she will be actively involved in the (https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/1014539/Princess-Eugenie-wedding-date-latest-news-Sarah-Fegurson) Anti-Slavery Collective charity after her wedding at St.
Diginex, a global blockchain solutions company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with anti-slavery business association The Mekong Club, to create a blockchain-based system to protect workers from being exploited, the company said.