How Did the Slaves Resist Slavery?


The major way that slaves resisted slavery was by escaping. Once they escaped they often worked in trying to overthrow slavery by becoming abolitionists. Another method of resisting slavery was by secretly educating each other.
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There were many instances of slavery all across the world. Most slaves resist slavery by escaping. The best example of this is the Underground Railroad that was used as an escape for slaves in American during the 1800s. 
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