African American Hero of the Day

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Who was the founder of the American Moral Reform Society?

  • As a boy, he studied at a Quaker school.
  • He served aboard the Royal Louis during the American Revolution.
  • As an adult, he became a noted pamphleteer.
  • He was an opponent of the Fugitive Slave Act, but also against the idea of African colonization.

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