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A slave clad in chains, looking upward and praying, intentionally juxtaposes with the caption

This image, depicting a kneeling slave woman, was created by Patrick Reason, a black engraver in New York, for the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1835.

Wedgwood medallion of kneeling slave

April 1865 Marked the Beginning of a New Battle for American Abolitionists

a photo of a cream medallion with the image of an African slave in the centre

Anti-slavery emblem of a kneeling black slave used on the title-page of

Freedom to the Slaves. Proclaimed January 1st 1863. by Abraham Lincoln, President of

Abolition of the Slave Trade

McPherson & Oliver, “The Scourged Back” (1863)

Wedgwood Slave Emancipation Medallion, black on yellow jasper (1787)

"Hannah S. P. Cotton [Whitney]...was one of the constructors of the remarkable patch-work quilt, sent by the Anti Slavery women of Boylston to Mrs. ...

American Anti-Slavery Society, “Am I Not A Man and A Brother,” (1837) (photo: Library of Congress)

The 'Wedgwood Slave Medallion' was the first modern piece of protest jewelry

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Poster against slave trade

Kneeling

Engraved by P. Reaso http://ift.tt/2rIdUNf #ADPhD

... abolitionist images, the kneeling female slave with the slogan “Am I not a Woman and a Sister.” The idea was taken from the depiction of a male slave in ...

Wedgwood's iconic anti-slavery image

The caption reads: "View of marks of punishment inflicted upon a colored servant in

Iconic anti-slavery image of slave in shackles (1875 illustration) : Stock Illustration

... and perhaps preparing to beat, Tom, appeared in the 1853 edition of the book. Pro-slavery Southerners argued that the book misrepresented ...

Antislavery Medallion

May 1800 - Birthday of John Brown, revolutionary abolitionist who organized the 1859 raid on Harper's Ferry.

Bussa Emancipation Statue in Bridgetown, Barbados Wikimedia Commons ...

As noted in a recent gallery marking the 175th anniversary of Anti-Slavery International, photographs and images have long been central to antislavery ...

A group of Cleveland Browns players kneel in a circle in protest during the national anthem

Liberator masthead

God's Avenging Scourge

BRITISH TOKENS, Anti-Slavery Society, c. 1790, a white metal medal, unsigned, chained slave kneel

Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves : Race, War, and Monument in Nineteenth-century

Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, this broadside quotes the Bible and Constitution

Anti-slavery pamphlet

Antislavery Medallion

The image of a kneeling slave—sometimes in chains and sometimes not—was frequently used in support of the abolitionist and anti-slavery cause in the 1700s ...

This page from the March 1836 issue of The Anti-Slavery Record stresses the commonality

Am I Not A Man and A Brother

Abolition medallion

Emancipation of Slaves 1834 Sir Buxton Buxton Water Fountain - Stock Image

Slavery in America

Slavery, Race and Ideology in the United States of America

Parliamentary Campaign Against Slavery

Freedom Marker: Integrity and Spirituality

Cameo of "Slave in Chains," after Josiah Wedgwood, from Erasmus Darwin's The Botanic Garden (New-York: Printed by T. & J. Swords, 1798), p.54.

Photo by Ismini Black

Stowage of the British slave ship "Brookes" under the regulated ,Stowage of

The Iconography of Slavery

Neolithic Hongshan Culture Jade Kneeling Slave Figure Statue Carving 4.5" | eBay

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'Kneeling Slaves & Scourged Backs: Picturing Antislavery' at WISE, Hull

"Am I Not A Woman & A Sister" tokens (top) along with the "Am I Not A Man and A Brother" (bottom).

Woodcut (a) depicts a kneeling, shirtless black man with chained wrists, holding

This is a 1838 anti-slave token inspired by the speech of Sojourner Truth.

... Indies, ...

Slave market in Richmond

Maria Chapman, courtesy Boston Public Library

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#FuckTheNFL Slaves kneel before their Masters. Real Men Stand Up! They may be disrespecting us intentionally but we are deliberately laughing at th…

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Anti-Slavery Medallion

Branding the campaign

Wedgwood's iconic anti-slavery image

This poster was produced for a lecture tour by a freed slave campaigning for abolition in the United States of America.

... and who wonders disbelievingly of much contemporary imagery: am I still not a man?

Slavery: a kneeling figure of a young black Roman slave cleaning a boot. This bronze statuette was made between the 1st and 3rd centuries AD.

Fashion Statement as Political Statement: The Antislavery Movement and “I Can't Breathe”

1, Hiram Powers, The Greek Slave, 1847. Marble. Newark Museum, Newark. Courtesy of the Newark Museum.

The unexpected connection between slavery, NFL protests and the national anthem - CNN

Brit History: Those Who Chose Not to Look Away – The Abolition of Slavery in the British Empire

A veteran of the Confederate States of America examines a Union water bottle in front of

Cup showing a chained slave kneeling. Netherlands, c. 1850-1900

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Slave Revolt

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, middle, kneels during the national anthem before the

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The reverse side of the anti-slavery tokens.

1795 Anti-Slavery Abolition Conder Token Halfpenny Kneeling Slave In Chains

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End Slavery Now

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The Left Erupts After Packers and Bears Refuse to Bend a Knee During Anthem; "40 Million Dollar Slaves"

1985 - Franklin & Armfield Slave Market (also known as Price & Birch), 1315 Duke Street, Alexandria, Virginia (USA). "Still stands at this location.

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Antislavery token ...

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Vector silhouette of the leg in chains. A foot chained to the word slave.

Where's the Debate on Francis Scott Key's Slave-Holding Legacy? | At the Smithsonian | Smithsonian

A slave clad in chains, looking upward and praying, intentionally juxtaposes with the caption

Wedgwood medallion of kneeling slave

This image, depicting a kneeling slave woman, was created by Patrick Reason, a black engraver in New York, for the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1835.

Freedom to the Slaves. Proclaimed January 1st 1863. by Abraham Lincoln, President of

Anti-slavery emblem of a kneeling black slave used on the title-page of

April 1865 Marked the Beginning of a New Battle for American Abolitionists

a photo of a cream medallion with the image of an African slave in the centre

Abolition of the Slave Trade

Image of enslaved man with scourged back

The front cover for the first volume featured ...

Print of abolitionist and slave (detail)

Poster against slave trade

Wedgwood Slave Emancipation Medallion, black on yellow jasper (1787)

... abolitionist images, the kneeling female slave with the slogan “Am I not a Woman and a Sister.” The idea was taken from the depiction of a male slave in ...

Engraved by P. Reaso http://ift.tt/2rIdUNf #ADPhD

"Hannah S. P. Cotton [Whitney]...was one of the constructors of the remarkable patch-work quilt, sent by the Anti Slavery women of Boylston to Mrs. ...

Kneeling

The 'Wedgwood Slave Medallion' was the first modern piece of protest jewelry

Wedgwood's iconic anti-slavery image

The caption reads: "View of marks of punishment inflicted upon a colored servant in

... and perhaps preparing to beat, Tom, appeared in the 1853 edition of the book. Pro-slavery Southerners argued that the book misrepresented ...

Iconic anti-slavery image of slave in shackles (1875 illustration) : Stock Illustration

This page from the March 1836 issue of The Anti-Slavery Record stresses the commonality

As noted in a recent gallery marking the 175th anniversary of Anti-Slavery International, photographs and images have long been central to antislavery ...

Pincushion with kneeling female slave, and the biblical reference Hebrews 13:3 below (

May 1800 - Birthday of John Brown, revolutionary abolitionist who organized the 1859 raid on Harper's Ferry.

Bussa Emancipation Statue in Bridgetown, Barbados Wikimedia Commons ...

'The Kneeling Slave'.Date

BRITISH TOKENS, Anti-Slavery Society, c. 1790, a white metal medal, unsigned, chained slave kneel

A group of Cleveland Browns players kneel in a circle in protest during the national anthem

Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves : Race, War, and Monument in Nineteenth-century

God's Avenging Scourge

Anti-slavery pamphlet

Branding the campaign

Liberator masthead

American Anti-Slavery Society, “Am I Not A Man and A Brother,” (1837) (photo: Library of Congress)

Emancipation of Slaves 1834 Sir Buxton Buxton Water Fountain - Stock Image

The Secret Religion of the Slaves

Antislavery Medallion

Photo by Ismini Black

The Secret History Of The Photo At The Center Of The Black Confederate Myth

The Iconography of Slavery

Slavery, Race and Ideology in the United States of America

'Kneeling Slaves & Scourged Backs: Picturing Antislavery' at WISE, Hull

Antislavery Medallion

Woodcut (a) depicts a kneeling, shirtless black man with chained wrists, holding

... Indies, ...

Am I Not A Man and A Brother

Neolithic Hongshan Culture Jade Kneeling Slave Figure Statue Carving 4.5" | eBay

Slave market in Richmond

I have also posted on another forum & Conder101 was kind enough to reply with "I'm not aware of a uniface example of this piece and the picture isn't enough ...

Freedom Marker: Integrity and Spirituality

Anti-Slavery Medallion

Parliamentary Campaign Against Slavery

Previous Article

Modern slavery. Vector silhouette of the leg in chains. A foot chained to the word slave.

Cameo of "Slave in Chains," after Josiah Wedgwood, from Erasmus Darwin's The Botanic Garden (New-York: Printed by T. & J. Swords, 1798), p.54.

Anti slavery Token

1795 Anti-Slavery Abolition Conder Token Halfpenny Kneeling Slave In Chains

Wedgwood's iconic anti-slavery image

This poster was produced for a lecture tour by a freed slave campaigning for abolition in the United States of America.

Fashion Statement as Political Statement: The Antislavery Movement and “I Can't Breathe”

Search Articles By Date

... and who wonders disbelievingly of much contemporary imagery: am I still not a man?

A Marketing Lesson from the British Anti-Slavery Movement

#FuckTheNFL Slaves kneel before their Masters. Real Men Stand Up! They may be disrespecting us intentionally but we are deliberately laughing at th…

Slavery: a kneeling figure of a young black Roman slave cleaning a boot. This bronze statuette was made between the 1st and 3rd centuries AD.

"Am I Not A Woman & A Sister" tokens (top) along with the "Am I Not A Man and A Brother" (bottom).

This is a 1838 anti-slave token inspired by the speech of Sojourner Truth.

Cup showing a chained slave kneeling. Netherlands, c. 1850-1900

Who is this kneeling, supplicating slave praying to? God or the humanitarian whites? There's a paternalism inherent in this image, a not-so-subtle need to ...

Sunday, December 01, 2002

Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves: Race, War, and Monument in Nineteenth-Century

Lord Heathfield; 84.

Dr. Zoe Trodd

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Maria Chapman, courtesy Boston Public Library

The Left Erupts After Packers and Bears Refuse to Bend a Knee During Anthem; "40 Million Dollar Slaves"

3, Hiram Powers, The Greek Slave, 1866. Marble. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn.

The Left Erupts After Packers and Bears Refuse to Bend a Knee During Anthem; "40 Million Dollar Slaves"

Slavery and Sugar – Michael Morris

American women quickly learned these techniques from their English sisters. The token depicting a kneeling female slave surrounded by the words "Am I Not a ...

Samuel Maverick was born in 1602 and is the brother of my 11th great-grandfather. Their father was Rev. John Maverick who brought his family from Beaworthy, ...

The unexpected connection between slavery, NFL protests and the national anthem - CNN

Thinglass/Shutterstock. All Rights Reserved.

A veteran of the Confederate States of America examines a Union water bottle in front of

Sunday, December 01, 2002

... of a kneeling slave, the logo of the antislavery movement. At least two Pennsylvania quilts with that image survive but they aren't the Boylston quilt.

I have also posted on another forum & Conder101 was kind enough to reply with "I'm not aware of a uniface example of this piece and the picture isn't enough ...

Illustrations of the Antislavery Almanac for 1840, show slaves at labor, abused, pursued

Anti Slavery campaign. Freedom day. poster campaign. Modern slavery

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