|Quaker Testimonies, Earlham School of Religion|
Historians are constantly sharing stories of the Quaker’s stand on slavery, Quaker abolitionists and Quaker schools for Black students, but rarely do we trace African-American Quakers. Here are a few sites to peruse on the topic:
|18 April 1622 Wirtten Slavery Protest, PA|
- African American Quaker Profiles posted on the Friends General Conference (FGC) website.
- The African American Experience has shared a timeline of Quaker education for black students in Philadelphia and the abolitionists.
- Fit for Freedom, Not for Friendship: Quakers, African Americans, and the Myth of Racial Justice published by Quaker Press Publication may shatter your racial beliefs of the Friends and may have direct impact on your ancestral research.