Not fully surpressed. Over 1000 people died and the fighting caused millions of dollars in damage.
Lord William Mansfield made a decision in court that basically established that slavery couldn't legally exist in England.
John Wesley (the father of the methodist movement) published a book that denounced slavery.
The group planned to abolish the slave trade, not slavery itself because they thought that that was a more realistic goal.
Pamphlets were written and lies were told!
Oladah Equaino saved enough money to buy himself out of slavery, converted to Christianity and then wrote an extremely detailed autobiography.
At least 300 000 Britons stopped eating sugar, and even more only bought exclusively from India.
519 petitions against slavery were signed by 390 000 people.
An astonishing defeat.
Erupted because no gains were being made in the quest for emanciaption. A quarter of the slave crop on some islands was burnt. About 250 slaves died in these revolts.
Elizabeth Heyrick published this pamphlet and inspired over 70 ladied anti lavery groups. Mens groups were critisized for being too tame in the fight against slavery.
Over 20 000 slaves revolted. 500 Slaves died and the British grew fearful of revolts.
Thomas Pringle helped Mary Prince publish her story and helped the anti slavery movement gain even more attention.
British parliment voted to end slavery.
In the entire empire