- For example, José María Morelos, leader of the independence movement, emerged as a symbol of liberation in 1810.
- Researchers are at the beginning of what is expected to be a long effort, Jones wrote, including attempts to learn about the lives of the enslaved people in the Hopkins household, their lives after their liberation, and his views on abolition.
- After the liberation, the camp’s former prisoners hunted down their torturers with any weapons they could find, and American soldiers rarely tried to restrain them.
- There’s this idea that we’re not ready for our own liberation, and I just reject that idea.
- Here, the event that sparks liberation is Moses’ witnessing of the oppression of the Israelites.
- Ironically, as pope, his championing of the poor has given Liberation Theology a new lease on life.
- Clearly the liberation of Gross took place in the context of what might be called a “grand bargain.”
- His deficiencies and self-doubts, amid his epochal mission of liberation, are precisely what make him interesting.
- Finally, I hope we can share concrete actions with those who attend, and want to help in the global LGBTI liberation struggle.
- Some believe that the promised liberation is a spiritual one.
- I leave Italy with a less sanguine hope of her speedy liberation than I brought into it.
- Violent people had been pressing around John, and the cause of spiritual liberation had suffered.
- But the very circumstances that facilitated the settling of the Spanish colonies were also likely to accelerate their liberation.
- To remove a tyrant is an act of liberation, the giving of life and opportunity to an oppressed people.
- "For the liberation of the king," originally levied during the captivity of King Ferdinand.