In the history of Black Americans, there was a formation of the abolitionist movement. The aim of the group was to allow emancipation of all slaves after racial discrimination and also segregation. Advocating for immediate emulsification made the difference between moderate antislavery advocates and abolitionists these are the groups in history that encouraged gradual emancipation and also soil activists who decided to keep slavery to areas that it already existed and prevented its spread to the areas in the west (Gant-Britton, 2008). Abolitions due to race was mainly encouraged by regional favour during second great awakening. This activity prompted many people to advocate for emancipation with the consideration of their religion. The idea on abolishment became more prominent in other churches and political beginnings at the start of the 1830s. This mainly contributed to the division of the region to the north and south and fueled the occurrence of the cold war (Gant-Britton, 2008).
During different years, there was an attempt by the abolished movement to achieve the immediate emancipation of all slaves and also brought an end to racial discrimination and segregation. The need to achieve the goals then brought the distinction between abolitionists from the political opposition and raised more issues that lead to civil war. The feeling of alpinists has been strong during the evolution of America where it did not turn into a military crusade until in the 1830s. Through stressing to hold moral
imperative to stop sinful practices, it is the responsibility of one to hold on the good in the society (Gant-Britton, 2008).