2.15.2021

David Walker's Dangerous Appeal

Black Abolitionism and Belonging to God

Ryan McAnnally-Linz

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Episode No. 53
2.15.2021

David Walker's Dangerous Appeal

Black Abolitionism and Belonging to God

Ryan McAnnally-Linz

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2.15.2021

David Walker's Dangerous Appeal

Black Abolitionism and Belonging to God

Black Abolitionism and Belonging to God

Ryan McAnnally-Linz

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2.15.2021

David Walker's Dangerous Appeal

Black Abolitionism and Belonging to God

Ryan McAnnally-Linz

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David Walker was an early 19th-century black abolitionist and activist, who wrote An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World. Ryan McAnnally-Linz celebrates his ideas in this influential pamphlet that gave dignity, hope, and courage to slaves and freed black people alike, urging them to continue fighting for their freedom while the United States struggled toward the end of slavery.

This episode is part of our celebration of Black History Month; we offer these short reflections in appreciation and gratitude for the black voices who’ve shaped how we experience the world, how we think about it, and how we live in it.

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Ryan McAnnally-Linz
Associate Director

David Walker was an early 19th-century black abolitionist and activist, who wrote An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World. Ryan McAnnally-Linz celebrates his ideas in this influential pamphlet that gave dignity, hope, and courage to slaves and freed black people alike, while the United States struggled toward the end of slavery.

David Walker was an early 19th-century black abolitionist and activist, who wrote An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World. Ryan McAnnally-Linz celebrates his ideas in this influential pamphlet that gave dignity, hope, and courage to slaves and freed black people alike, urging them to continue fighting for their freedom while the United States struggled toward the end of slavery.

This episode is part of our celebration of Black History Month; we offer these short reflections in appreciation and gratitude for the black voices who’ve shaped how we experience the world, how we think about it, and how we live in it.

Show Notes

Ryan McAnnally-Linz
Associate Director

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