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23 March 2007

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Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Abolitions of the Slave Trade Act

Quakers and the path to abolition
Boothan children learn about slavery
The politics of abolition: past & present

Set All Free: Churches Together
View Britain Yearly Meeting's online exhibition

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Hushed silence as school hears of ‘appalling suffering of human beings’
Jane Peake, Bootham School
Trident – a missed chance for a safer world
Jessica Metheringham
Old justice: Gacaca

Judy Kirby & Len Wingfield
William Allen
Briony Hudson
Quakers and the path to abolition in Britain and the colonies
Heather Rowland, Librarian, Library of the Society of Friends
Amazing Grace: the movie
Chas Raws
The politics of abolition
Michael Bartlet & Clare-Marie White
The Proverbs of Guyana explained: a personal journey
Joyce Trotman, Purley & Sutton MM

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