Send back the money!

In 1845, FREDERICK DOUGLASS, a ‘fugitive slave’ came to Ireland Belfast to promote his memoir and campaign for the abolition of slavery in the USA.Upon learning from James Stanfield, president of the Belfast Anti-Slavery Society, that the Free Presbyterian Church in Scotland was accepting money from fellow churches in America slave states, Douglass demanded they ‘Send back the money.’To learn more about slavery in Belfast, to learn more, book the ANTI SLAVERY BELFAST TOUR!