A Women Who Stood for Many
Injustice for EDUCATION
This event took place on April 1833 in Canterbury, Connecticut. Education should be offered to every child who has a desire to learn. This event involed 20 African-American girls who wanted an education. Prudence Crandall valued education and she wanted to see her students. This event was apart of the Abolistianst Movement. Prudence Crandall thought a solid education was important, and this would affect me in ways of my own mother who is an African-American women she has be able to recieve an education as well.
For the children who couldn't Speak for themselves
One of my students and I standing hand and hand to fight the injustice of education.
This is where we educated 20 African-America girls.
Education is key!
The Life of Prudence Crandall
Prudence Crandall was born on September 3, 1803 to Pardon and Esther Carpenter Crandall, a Quaker couple in the town of Hopkinton, Rhode Island. Later Prudence Crandall taught in a school for girls in Canterbury. In 1831, she returned to run the newly established Canterbury Female Boarding School. Prudence Crandall died on January 28, 1890 in Elks Falls.
Who Is Prudence Crandall?
"Prudence Crandall." American History. ABC-CLIO, 2014. Web. 7 Mar. 2014.
BY: uriah crapps