by Kai Wright
Feb 10, 2009 (Tell Me More) — In this week's Black History Month salute, writer Kai Wright tells how freed blacks in northern cities quickly discovered ways to become politically engaged. In 1817, thousands of blacks in Philadelphia made a statement to whites by unifying to boldly renounce unjust practices rooted in slavery.
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