First White to End Slavery: –
The first effective citizen of the world against slavery in the world was Mr. Granule Sharp, a British citizen. Who started this work by regularly making it his mission. This man struggled with the purpose of his life in removing the shackles of slavery from the embrace of humanity which later became a movement and joined many others who had run the movement?
It is recorded in history that the first Committee on Slavery, called the Anti-Slavery Committee, was formed in 1710. If this had not happened at the beginning of this committee, no one would have thought of abolishing slavery. As an English rich tortured his slave and punched him in the street, Mr. Sharp saw the slave in a very poor state and took pity on him and took him away and treated him. When the slave recovered and began to earn a living in the city of London, the second time, his old master again seized him and sold him for thirty pounds.
When this was reported to Mr. Sharp, he spoke to the mayor of London and said that the slave had been arrested without a warrant so his arrest was illegal and he should be released. By Mr. Sharp’s action, the slave was freed, but there would be a legal confrontation between the buyer and the deceased Sharp. This breakthrough led to the liberation of the Damas and the dead Sharp was the date of the Pitt Sidibe Shazam Bet, which he devised.
To continue this mission, Mr. Sharp consulted with some of the greatest lawyers of the time, but no lawyer could agree with him. So Mr. Sharp began advocating for himself, studying the new and old British rule and laws for this work. He also authored a book called “The Inequality of Slavery in England”. In this book, he criticized existing lawyers and distributed some copies to these lawyers and newspaper editors. After the publication of this book, the plight of slaves in London began to ponder. After that, it became common for Mr. Sharp to release him by law whenever he saw a poor or slave in prisons, poor settlements, and ports. So people started calling him slaves as friends.
In 1722, a law was enacted in London that would free any slave who stepped on the coast of London. The reason for this law being permanent is the fact that a wealthy man in London tortured his slave. When he received the information, Mr. Sharp immediately returned to the then court, which was composed of twelve judges. The bench ruled that the slave should be released and a law should be enforced, which would remove the shackles of humankind from the cows.
The success of this vicious Sharp-inspired monopoly came to fruition, and it began a struggle for the liberation of non-Hindus beyond Ladakh. In 1783, the PEIs formed the Sub-Revue, which had begun and struggled to make public opinion appealing in the country. Mr. Sharp is quite self-deprecating, and he helps with heart-to-heart. Many of you, young and good-hearted, joined them. He died in 1813, struggling for his teeth. In this case, he would crush an activist named Api Pei, who continued his mind and struggled in the neck with his name Padwa Kab.