An appeal to the coloured citizens of the world 1829 david walker september 28 1796 august 6 1830 was an african american abolitionist writer and anti slavery activist though his father was a slave his mother was free so therefore he was free in 1829 while living in. In 1829 david walker wrote david walkers appeal to the colored citizens of the world many historians now regard the appeal as one of the most important social and political documents of the 19th century nothing like it had been published before it remained a rallying point for african americans for many years after walkers death. David walkers appeal arguably the most radical of all anti slavery documents caused a great stir when it was published in september of 1829 with its call for slaves to revolt against their masters david walker a free black originally from the south wrote they want us for their slaves . Walkers appeal in four articles together with a preamble to the coloured citizens of the world but in particular and very expressly to those of the united states of america written in boston state of massachusetts september 28 1829 by david walker 1785 1830. David walkers appeal in four articles together with a preamble to the coloured citizens of the world but in particular and very expressly to those of the united states of america written in boston state of massachusetts september 28 1829 third and last edition with additional notes corrections c boston revised and published by
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