If there is no struggle, then there is no progress -Fredrick Douglas
Abbot's movement included a focus on abolitionism, during a time when religion was used by many as a concurrent method of both oppression and coping within the world of slavery in the United States.
Concern in general is legitimate. But neither by religious activism nor another personally-biased financial incentive should individuals be empowered to lead EPA actions from standpoints rooted in irrelevant predisposition
Overall, human rights suffer under an oppressive regime of suffering as people struggle in greater
official actually spends time lip-servicing one of our most politically dangerous (to the public interest) groups. Such propaganda is a danger to
Although the Age of Enlightenment still influenced her time, she was immersed in an oppositional religious revival that argued [...]
Freedom from religion is defense against the damaging, often brutal, practices deemed acceptable by various religions
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