Black Abolitionist Archive
Subtitle: "Remember That."
Speaker or author: editor
Newspaper or publication: Colored American (1837 - 1842)
The writer relates an experience from his attendence at the Moral Reform Society convention concerning a discussion on the term "Colored" used as reference to African Americans. A Quaker woman stood and told her audience to emphasis the virtue and morality in their lives and prejudice against race will disappear. She reminded them that "it is virtue that exalts a nation, and merit which makes the man."
Description of file(s): one scanned, one colunned, newspaper page
Organization: Moral Reform Society of Philadelphia
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