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The Wedgwood medallion was the most famous image of a black person in all of 18th-century art.
Josiah Wedgwood, Britain’s renowned potter, was a man of conscience, deeply interested in the consequences of the American War of Independence and the French Revolution.
His friendship with Thomas Clarkson – abolitionist campaigner and the first historian of the British abolition movement – aroused his interest in slavery.
Wedgwood copied the original design by the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade as a cameo in black and white. The inscription ‘Am I Not a Man and a Brother? ‘ became the catchphrase of British and American abolitionists. Medallions were even sent in 1788 to Benjamin Franklin who was then president of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society.
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Zitat von Kutte Tucholsky