Posts Tagged: The Liberator

This Date in Black History: ‘The Liberator’ Abolitionist Newspaper Begins Publication

On February 2, 1831, prominent American abolitionist, journalist, suffragist, and social reformer  William Lloyd Garrison began publishing, ‘The Liberator,’ abolitionist newspaper, in Boston Mass. The paper was considered the most influential newspaper supporting the antislavery cause, and continued circulation for 35 years until 1942. Among noted opinions published in the paper, strong opposition to  The Compromise of… Read more »