Antislavery literature represents the origins of multicultural literature in the United States. The goal of the Antislavery Literature Project is to increase public access to a body of literature crucial to understanding African American experience, US and hemispheric histories of slavery, and early uman rights philosophies. These multilingual collections contribute to an educational consciousness of the role of many antislavery writers in creating contemporary concepts of freedomIncludes antislavery teaching guides, children's literature, contemporary slavery, legacies, news & papers, slave narratives, poetry, prose fiction, proslavery literature, religious literature, tracts, essays and speeches, travel accounts, treatises & general literature, videos and podcasts. Produced by the English departments of Arizona State University and Iowa State University.
Resource URL: http://antislavery.eserver.org/