Angelina Grimke - Quotes

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Women ought to feel a peculiar sympathy in the colored man's wrong, for, like him, she has been accused of mental inferiority, and denied the privileges of a liberal education.

Women ought to feel a peculiar sympathy in the colored man's wrong, for, like him, she has been accused of mental inferiority, and denied the privileges of a liberal education.

I appeal to you, my friends, as mothers: are you willing to enslave your children? You stare back with horror and indignation at such questions. But why, if slavery is not wrong to those upon whom it is imposed? ---->>>

If a law commands me to sin I will break it; if it calls me to suffer, I will let it take its course unresistingly. ---->>>

We are commanded to love God with all our minds, as well as with all our hearts, and we commit a great sin if we forbid or prevent that cultivation of the mind in others which would enable them to perform this duty. ---->>>

The denial of our duty to act in this case is a denial of our right to act; and if we have no right to act, then may we well be termed the white slaves of the North, for like our brethren in bonds, we must seal our lips in silence and despair. ---->>>

We Abolition Women are turning the world upside down. ---->>>

The doctrine of blind obedience and unqualified submission to any human power, whether civil or ecclesiastical, is the doctrine of despotism, and ought to have no place among Republicans and Christians. ---->>>

I am a mystery to myself. ---->>>

I trust the time is coming, when the occupation of an instructor to children will be deemed the most honorable of human employment. ---->>>

I have not placed reading before praying because I regard it more important, but because, in order to pray aright, we must understand what we are praying for. ---->>>

What man or woman of common sense now doubts the intellectual capacity of colored people? Who does not know, that with all our efforts as a nation to crush and annihilate the mind of this portion of our race, we have never yet been able to do it. ---->>>

Can you not see that women could do and would do a hundred times more for the slave, if she were not fettered? ---->>>

Only let the North exert as much moral influence over the South, as the South has exerted demoralizing influence over the North, and slavery would die amid the flame of Christian remonstrance, and faithful rebuke, and holy indignation. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 06-21, 2015
Birthplace: Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Die: 1879
Occupation: Activist
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Angelina Emily Grimké Weld (February 20, 1805 – October 26, 1879) was an American political activist, women's rights advocate, supporter of the women's suffrage movement, and besides her sister, Sarah Moore Grimké, the only known white Southern woman to be a part of the abolition movement. While she was raised a Southerner, she spent her entire adult life living in the North (wikipedia)