TAH.org has partnered with the Missouri Humanities Council to present two special webinars about the role of religion and the American church in reform movements. The first, taking place on 1 DEC 2020 at 7pm Central Time, will focus on the role of religion in the pre-Civil War abolition movement. The program, which will last one hour, will consist of a conversation between Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, Executive Director of the Ashbrook Center and professor of Political Science at Ashland University, and Dr. Dan Monroe, of Millikin University.
- American Anti-Slavery Society, Declaration of Sentiments, William Lloyd Garrison, 6 DEC 1833
- The American Union, William Lloyd Garrison, 10 JAN 1845
- American Slavery, Frederick Douglass, 22 OCT 1847
- “Cornerstone” Speech, Alexander Stephens, 21 MAR 1861