Constitution, which includes the 13th Amendment. The first American abolition society was the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully by the Quakers that had strong religious objections of slavery.
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According to Dictionary. For many it was the first time that they had been so vividly immersed in the horrific practice of slavery and eventually the beginning of abolition was on the tip of every Northerners tongue. African Americans were specifically the targeted group to fulfill this ideology of slavery; ideology, because whites, for many years, thought that putting someone through this grief was something to be proud about.
There were others that held high positions in society who had also banned together t abolish slavery years before the actual abolition. In America, the second you are born you have the unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Among these people were David Walker and Frederick Douglas, who were black people were the first people to raise their voices against slavery in the late John Brown was a white abolitionist born in Connecticut who simply grew tired of the pacifist approach and took up arms with a few volunteers against slavery.
Today, ninety countries have abolished it for all offenses; eleven countries have abolished it except for special circumstances; and thirty-two others have not used it for at least ten years. In Sir John Hawkins set sail for Africa; carrying valuables and riches that he hoped to trade for slaves.