Abolition Shed

金博宝亚洲体育布里斯托尔的纪念性景观是可悲的,没有t one statue to any of the city's brilliant women, and a complete omission of the most important of all, a major memorial to the victims of enslavement - despite citizens calling for just such a thing many times over the past three decades. Apart from a single gallery in the city’s main museum, M Shed, and a notable display to abolitionist John Wesley in the New Room’s Methodist museum, there’s no specific memorial and nothing of any scale. […]

James Acland and The Bristolian (1827-1831)

In 1827, radical journalist James Acland launched the West Country’s first daily newspaper. He called it The BRISTOLIAN. Undercutting the advertising rates of existing weekly papers, conducting a lively letter column and breaking the law by publishing at one and a half pence without paying the newspaper stamp tax, Acland’s publication was a muck-raking popular radical paper for the working classes. The paper concentrated on exposing the abuses both of the unreformed Corporation which ran Bristol […]

历史步行1:沃勒斯坦到Colston和Sinews的奴隶制

废除步行

开始和留下在M棚的前面。Our first stop will be outside of the Merchant Venturers’ Almshouses (at the Broad Quay end of King Street), where the Merchant Venturers successfully petitioned for Bristol’s involvement in the ‘African Trade’ in 1698. We will cross Queen Square to Redcliffe Street and on to the Seven Stars. This will feature Abolitionists Thomas Clarkson, Wulfstan and the Quakers. On into Castle Park and Colston’s sugar refinery, past All Saints (where Edward […]

‘The Lion of the Occasion’: Frederick Douglass in Bristol

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In the summer of 1846 the famous American abolitionist Frederick Douglass took to the stage of the Victoria Rooms in Bristol, enthralling his thousands-strong audience with vivid denunciations of slavery. He was feted by the mayor and received great support from the people of the city, maintaining friendships with many of those he met for the rest of his life. Douglass biographer Laurence Fenton will discuss the background to and details of the great abolitionist's visit to Bristol in a talk at […]

Frederick Douglass in Bristol

非洲裔美国非法歧视的时间访问城市纪念遗产牌匾?

在弗雷德里克·迪格拉茨在该市的银行假日星期一(2018年5月28日)中,其中BRHG成员参加了这一劳伦比斯芬顿的几百人,我们正在发布这篇文章。劳伦斯刚刚向维多利亚时代的非洲裔美国人的歧视师的访问写了一本新书,并呼吁在城市历史上的这一重要时刻呼吁更加常设纪念碑和对奴隶制的斗争斗争。BRHG完全支持这一举措。虽然来自[...]的行动

Studio 2: Bristol Radical History Group highlights

Lady Blackshirts, The Smoke Dragon, Bristol's Aircraft Industry, From Wulfstan to Colston

最近或者很快就会出版的Bristol自由派历史群体文本,这是一系列10分钟的捷卡谈话。金博宝 188bet.net金博宝亚洲体育这些包括:夫人黑士:感知的危险 - 让法西斯主义者[罗斯玛丽卡迪科特]在1930年代的一小群超民主妇女中被认为自己是女权主义者,加入了奥斯瓦尔德·莫斯利的英国法西斯联盟。金博宝亚洲体育令人惊讶的是,这些女性中的一些人是后者运动的前高级成员金博宝亚洲体育。烟雾龙以及如何[...]

History Walk 1: Edward Colston

为什么我们的城市由这个男人的遗产主导?

从圣玛丽Redcliffe教堂开始,这次散步将在市中心的布里斯托尔教堂的其他历史教堂接管,在那里,爱德华科尔斯顿的“生活和工作”仍然每年提供宗教合法性。金博宝亚洲体育一路上,我们将分享有关这个人参与跨大西洋奴隶贸易的最新历史研究,并发现维多利亚精英如何创造了现在所说的是我们城市的“身份”的一部分的“Colston的崇拜”。在我们的最后一站,[...]

Bury the Chains

英国努力消除奴隶制

By Adam Hochschild
埋葬链子:英国斗争到废弃奴隶制
Thrilling account of the first grass-roots human rights campaign, which freed hundreds of thousands of slaves around the world. In 1787, twelve men gathered in a London printing shop to pursue a seemingly impossible goal: ending slavery in the largest empire on earth. Along the way, they would pioneer most of the tools citizen activists still rely on today, from wall posters and mass mailings to boycotts and lapel pins. This talented group combined a hatred of injustice with uncanny skill in […]

哭泣,哭泣七星

托马斯克拉克森在布里斯托尔,1787年金博宝亚洲体育

哭泣自由哭泣七星前盖
哭泣自由,1787年哭泣世界遗产遗址托马斯克拉克森在房东汤普森的帮助下研究了奴隶贸易,同时住在布里斯托尔的七星公共房子。金博宝亚洲体育这本小册子介绍了酒吧的历史和废除运动的历史如何交织在一起,为什么它应该是第一个拥有联合国教科文组织世界遗产的酒吧。七星级公共房子是布里斯托尔整个历史上最重要的建筑之一,如果不是这个国家。金博宝亚洲体育它被视为[...]