What Garrison Goes On To Say Analysis

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The documents given to my colleagues and I are from two slavery abolitionists , one being Angelina Grimke Weld who was a woman that grew up surrounded by slavery. Watching the pain and suffering of the men and women around her she got a prime example of slavery and its harsh conditions. Angelina is tired of the north turning the other cheek when the issue of slavery is raised so she held a speech in Pennsylvania to raise concern. Along with William lloyd Garrison who was a prominent abolitionist towards slavery, with Williams strong moving words he brought awareness to the North, since they aren 't doing anything but continuing to allow slavery to happen in the south. Through his text William talks about how slavery is morally wrong, and how …show more content…
There should be no difference between a black man 's rights along with a white man 's rights. His wordplay hits the emotional aspect of his readers some would even say that it goes too far, but Garrison says, “Tell a man whose house is on fire, to give a moderate alarm”. Nothing will stop him from fighting what he believes in and he wants everyone to join his cause. He also in this document goes on to apologize to his God, his country, and the unfortunate slaves for the acceptance of gradual abolition. He wants to do something for them now instead of letting the suffering …show more content…
Angelina a speaker coming from the south knows the hardships going on and wants to hold a speech in the north to raise awareness to the philadelphia hall. A region where slavery is known but not acted upon. She wants for people to stop believing the facade that the south are holding happy slaves and for women to stand up for rights. An awakening is what she is going for with her audience. Which is possibly one of the reasons why the hall in Philadelphia that she was speaking at was attacked by a pro-slavery mob. Garrison is appealing to his readers for a lot of reasons, for one he’s tired of slavery and what it is doing to the fellow men of America. The views the south are holding close to their hearts trouble him causing him to put his foot down and act. No more holding back or retreating there is a problem and he wants to stop it now. This is enough for any audience to react with good intentions. Garrison is also appealing to his audience with religion, bringing up the moral reasoning for the abolition of slavery. This will attract a lot of attention and possibly raise a lot of open ears to take action. Garrison is a prominent abolitionist he says, “ I WILL BE

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