Special Webinar: Reform and the Pulpit - Abolition and the American Church
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