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29/04/2008 18:08:00 People (Individuals and Groups) Bartholomew Da Las Casas- Priest in the Carribean, against Spanish colonialism Olaudah Equiano- ex slave from west Africa and became active in the anti slavery movement Gabriel Prosser- slave that led a slave revolt in va but it was suppressed and he was hung Denmark Vesey- Charleston SC- Planned a huge slave revolt but it was suppressed Nat Turner- slave that Led a slave Revolt in Virginia Toussaint L’Ouverture- led the most successful of all slave revolts in haiti Church Missionary Society- British Based Christian Society that sent there missionaries to Africa Joseph Roberts- First Liberian President after there independence American Colonization Society- financed the America-liberian repatriation Samuel Crowther – ex slave of Yoruba, one of the first students of Fourah Bay college, became a CMS missionary, Founding member of CMS mission in southern Nigeria, Translated the Bible into Yoruba
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Edward Wilmot Blyden- Virgin Islands, He was constantly encouraging blacks to support emigration to Liberia and editor of the Liberian herald, ambassador to great Britain Zumbi- led slaves in brazil against the most successful armed struggle for freedom against the Portuguese. Paul Cuffe – Organized the friendly society in sierra Leone and helped organize societies to aid repatriation John Russwurm- co founder of the first African American newspaper in the US and superintendent of schools and governor in Liberia.
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