African American and non-African Americans

We are familiar with the names of Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth and Frederick Douglass as being supporters and activists in the Abolitionist movement.  This week the forum will focus on both African American and non-African Americans who risked their lives, reputations and wealth to help free thousands of slaves.

Name and explain the contributions of three Abolitionists that supported and helped African Americans before the Civil War fight slavery?

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Harriet Tubman is one of the female African American abolitionists who helped rescue slaves from their slave owners and push for the freedom of all slaves in the United States of America. She was born in she was born into slavery in 1822, but escaped in 1849 and fled to Philadelphia. As an abolitionist, Tubman made many trips back to Maryland to rescue enslaved African Americans and hid them in safe houses (Clinton, 2004). Tubman was called Moses …

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