Even as a young girl whose family owned a plantation with many slaves, Sarah knew it was wrong for one person to claim ownership of another. And her frustration only grew as she discovered she was not allowed the same academic pursuits as her brothers. She decided to embrace her authentic self — leaving her childhood home for the North to become a Quaker, an abolitionist and an advocate of women’s rights.
This box includes:
- A workbook highlighting key points related to Sarah's life and her character trait, Authenticity
- Engaging activities to bring the lessons to life
- Custom illustration of Sarah Grimké
- Play-It-Forward Cards
- Timeline Poster
- Digital Facilitator Guide