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HIST-324-01 African-American Struggle for Equality: JOHN MALVIN

Library resources for HIST-324-01 African-American Struggle for Equality

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Kelly Quick

Colin White

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Activist, Baptist preacher, founder of Cleveland and Ohio committees to fund Black schools, opposed Ohio’s Black Laws, participated in the URR, the Cleveland Anti-Slavery Society (1833), Fugitives’ Aid Society (founded 1859, later Freedmen’s Aid Society

https://ech.case.edu/cgi/article.pl?id=MJ

http://www.nps.gov/cuva/learn/kidsyouth/john-malvin.htm

http://drbronsontours.com/bronsonclevelandfreedmenaidsociety.html

Malvin, John. Autobiography of John Malvin: A Narrative, Containing an Authentic Account of His Fifty Years’ Struggle in the State of Ohio in Behalf of the American Slave, and the Equal Rights of All Men Before the Law Without Reference to Race Or Color; Forty-Seven Years of Said Time Being Expended in the City of Cleveland. Leader Printing Company, 1879.