Angelina Grimke Goes Public
What did Angelina have that no other abolitionist could claim?
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After reading reports of pro-slavery violence, Angelina Grimke decided she could remain silent no longer. She published a letter in "The Liberator" and wrote "An Appeal to the Women of the South," urging them to work for the downfall of slavery.
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