Lift Up Thy Voice: The Grimke Family's Journey from Slaveholders to Civil Rights Leaders

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Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub Date: 2002-12-1 Pages: 406 Publisher: Penguin In the late 1820s Sarah and Angelina Grimk traded their eliteposition as daughters of a prominent white slaveholding family inCharleston. South Carolina. for a life dedicated to abolitionismand advocacy of womens rights in the North. After the Civil War. discovering that their late brother had had children with one ofhis slaves. the Grimk sisters helped to educate their nephews andgave them the means to start a new life in postbellum America. Thenephews. Archibald and Francis. went on to become well-knownAfrican American activists in the burgeoning civil rights movementand the founding of the NAACP. Spanning 150 eventful years. this isan inspiring tale of a remarkable family that transformed itselfand America.

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