Pennsylvania Abolition Society
" come and join a revolution "
It was founded April 14, 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Anthony Benezet and others, and held four meetings. Seventeen of the 24 men who attended initial meetings of the Society were Quakers, or members of the Religious society of friends . Thomas Paine was also among the Society's founders. It was reorganized in 1784 as the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and for the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage,(better known as the Pennsylvania Abolition Society) and was incorperated in 1789.
In addition to joining our society you will learn all of secrets, you'll meet a lot of famous leaders and they'll share their experiences with you. You will see behind the scene of our city's government and how they treat our fellow African Americans.
You job in this team is to do exactly what this flyer is doing. We NEED recruits, your job is to get new people on our side. Primarily the whites, they disagree the most. You will also start petitions.
We are dedicated to the cause of racial justice. The oldest abolitionist organization in the United States, since the late twentieth century, it has worked to improve issues of criminal justice and the over-representation of African Americans in prison, reduction in harsh sentencing laws, and improving economic and environmental justice.
You as an individual can show that you support this cause mainly by joining it. As our numbers grow, they will see how serious we are and how serious we can be.