SOURCE: Washington Post
by Amber Armstrong
We need to seize the opportunity to rethink our juvenile justice system.
A library representative said that she was shocked by the find — and that the Quakers will offer to return the remains, to conduct a burial, or take any action that Indian leaders may desire.
You never hard of him. You should. His name was Benjamin Lay and he pushed Quakers to adopt abolitionism.
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