The Society of Friends, or Quakers, began lobbying for abolition in the 1780s. They were very well coordinated on both sides of the Atlantic and played a central role in many imaginative initiatives that lead to the eradication of slavery in Britain and the US. Learn more about Quaker Abolitionists in Ireland on this special walking tour of Belfast. To learn more, book the ANTI SLAVERY BELFAST TOUR!
Unveiling Belfast’s Anti-Slavery Legacy: A 10-Week Journey through HistoryDuring the Spring of 2024, Dr. Tom Thorpe, the guide for the Anti Slavery Belfast Tour,...
🗽 Unveiling of Frederick Douglass Statue in Belfast! 🌟On Monday, we celebrated the legacy of a remarkable man whose life’s journey inspires us all....