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OSW Week 9

Underground Railroad

enslaved having freedom taken away by force and being compelled to obey commands and do work for no pay
amendment a change to the Constitution or an existing law
conductors people who helped others travel the Underground Railroad
operation a mission or action that is carefully planned
clandestine done in secrecy
proclamation an announcement made by someone with authority
slavery a system where humans are owned by other people and stripped of their rights
league a group of sports teams that regularly play each other
racism prejudice or discrimination against someone of a different race based on a believe that your own race is superior to others
barrier something in society that hinders someone
fugitive a person who is running from the law
secede to break away from a union or a country
Created by: roseberryc