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Dot Wilsey, National Abolition Hall of Fame Museum Historian & Activist
Sat, Jun 19, 2010 12:00AM UTC
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The Gist of Freedom Is honored to assist The National Abolition Hall of Fame Museum http://www.abolitionhof.org in their quest to win a Grant written by Pepsi. Cast Your Vote @ www.refresheverything.com/nahofm The abolitionist movement is the First Civil Rights Movement. Led by captives who faithfully resisted and their cohorts who courageously assisted, it was the first successful multi-racial, rainbow coalition to succeed in abolishing slavery, a movement which reflects Barack Obama's presidency today! The National Abolition Hall of Fame Museum Building was built in 1820 as the Peterboro Presbyterian Church. In October of 1835 the first meeting of the New York State Anti-Slavery Soc
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