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Grimke Sisters

Summary: This essay is about the lifestyles of the Grimke sisters and how their lives can be compared to the lifestyles of a slave.
Sarah and Angelina Grimké were two important crusaders in the fight against slavery. They had very strong feelings about slaves and slavery. These sisters could relate to slaves and slavery, themselves. The childhood experiences of the Grimké sisters set their entire lives in motion. These experiences helped to open their eyes for the rest of their lives.

Born to a wealthy South Carolina plantation family, Sarah and Angelina lived with each other all of their lives. Both sisters possessed a strong mind and kind soul. Even though the sisters grew up in a male-dominated, slave-holding southern family, the sisters shared the same belief that all people are created equal. They were born into this situation and did not like it at all. In this manner, they were like slaves. Slaves, majority of the time, were born into slavery. "The White Anglo Saxon Male" dominated slaves, so slaves had...

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