Anti-Slavery Convention

Anti-Slavery Convention

When women were excluded from the World Anti-Slavery Convention of 1840 in London and forced to sit in a "no speaking section", William Lloyd Garrison, the conference's keynote speaker, refused to give his speech and sat with the women, "dominating the convention without saying a word".

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