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Introducing the Black History Pack, a captivating collection of illustrations that shines a light on the remarkable black individuals who dedicated their lives to the abolitionist movement. We bring you an immersive visual experience that pays homage to these courageous trailblazers.

Each illustration in this remarkable collection portrays a remarkable black liberator, showcasing their strength, resilience, and unwavering commitment to justice. From prominent figures to lesser-known heroes who played pivotal roles in the fight against slavery, this collection sheds light on their extraordinary contributions.

Join us in celebrating the resilience and fortitude of these extraordinary individuals who paved the way for a more equitable world. With Black History Pack, we commemorate their legacy and empower future generations to embrace the lessons of the past.

What's Included?

🖼️  15+ Beautiful, Hi-Res Images

✍🏽  PNG and PSD

  • Frederick Douglass: Abolitionist, orator, and writer whose works shed light on the harsh realities of slavery.
  • Harriet Tubman: Conductor of the Underground Railroad who personally led many enslaved people to freedom.
  • Sojourner Truth: Advocate for abolition and women's rights, known for her "Ain't I a Woman?" speech.
  • William Still: Known as the "Father of the Underground Railroad", helped hundreds of enslaved people escape.
  • Robert Smalls: A former slave who commandeered a Confederate ship to secure his freedom, later becoming a politician.
  • David Ruggles: An organizer of the Underground Railroad in New York and helped hundreds escape slavery.
  • Henry Highland Garnet: Abolitionist leader who called for slaves to revolt and secure their own freedom.
  • Nat Turner: Led an infamous slave rebellion in 1831.
  • Elizabeth Freeman (Mum Bett): Sued for her freedom in Massachusetts and won, setting a precedent for abolition in the state.
  • James Forten: Wealthy businessman who used his influence and resources to support abolitionist causes.
  • Maria W. Stewart: Early female advocate for abolition and women's rights.
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper: Writer and public speaker who argued for abolition and women's rights.
  • Samuel Ringgold Ward: Fugitive slave turned abolitionist speaker and newspaper editor.
  • Mary Ann Shadd Cary: First Black woman newspaper editor in North America and strong advocate for abolition.
  • Octavius Catto: Advocated for voting rights, desegregation, and abolition.
  • George T. Downing: African American entrepreneur and influential abolitionist.
  • Amos Beman: Black abolitionist, pastor, and educator who rallied against slavery.
  • Josiah Henson: Escaped slave turned abolitionist and author, inspired "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
  • Charles Lenox Remond: Prominent African American abolitionist and orator.

How to Use

1. Download the files.

2. Upload them to your favorite project.

Yes, it's that simple! We provide a ton of different file formats, so you can edit these images, increase and decrease the size and more!

All of these images are for personal and commercial use.

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