Brought to heal: Sarah Alldred and Penelope Gouk visit the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art

‘The arts can act as a liberator.’

‘The warehouse was given over to artworks that explored repair and healing.’ | Photo: Chorus of Soil by Binta Diaw

Quakers have a long history of opposing slavery, and were among the founders of the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade in 1787. This was a nonviolent social movement that led to the abolition of slavery across the then British colonies by 1833.

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