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The Other Holocaust

 

Last updated 11/15/2021 at 1:24pm



On July 26, 1833, an all-white British Parliament voted to abolish slavery throughout their entire empire. Those familiar with this little known piece of British history know Parliament didn’t just decide that on a whim. Rather, abolition was achieved due to the hard work, courage and dedication by a group of like minded individuals seemingly connected by one simple premise - Black Lives Matter.

At the risk of glossing over the rather lengthy list of those activists that spanned over 50 years, such as William Wilberforce, Thomas Clarkson, Gran-ville Sharpe and the Society of Friends,...



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