TAKE A PUMPKIN HOME!
(SLIDING SCALE DONATIONS ENCOURAGED!)
AND LEARN ABOUT DAVID WALKER’S APPEAL OF SEPTEMBER 28, 1829!
David Walker (1797?-1830) was a courageous and visionary Black Abolitionist leader and activist. He put his life on the line by publicly demanding the immediate end of slavery in the early days of the US Empire, and by openly calling upon slaves to revolt against their masters.
David Walker ought to be a household name, as familiar as the other revered heroes of the Black freedom struggle.
This website: (www.davidwalkermemorial.org), published by folks in Walker’s home town of Boston, has detailed information about David Walker and his work. We encourage you to visit it.