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The New-York Mirror
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New York, New York — Monday, March 18, 1805 — 1 page five cents
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ANTI-SLAVRY | CALL FOR CHANGE! slavery that is prospering through our free land.
It is morally unjust for these human beings to be treated like pigs! Slaves are humans as well, their race shouldn’t determine if they should be a slave or not. We must voice out our opinion on slavery and stand up for justice. I believe if we all take action towards the abolition of slavery, we can end it. Get out and help George Fox and Thomas
Clarkson who are among a group of activists trying to stop British ships from engaging in the slave trade.

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he time for change has come! We, The

American People, call for the initiation toward the abolition of Black, Negro Slaves! We no longer see the racial group as outsiders, but people who we can learn and grow from. In the past, Blacks were neglected from owning land or voting or anything- every God given right was stripped from their life and turned into an excuse for FREE LABOR. Churchman, sailors, and others have seen the brutality and neglect Negro slaves endure. The hardships they encounter can no longer be a part of…