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synonyms for emancipation

  • independence
  • liberation
  • deliverance
  • delivery
  • enfranchisement
  • liberty
  • release
  • setting free
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antonyms for emancipation

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  • hold
  • imprisonment
  • restraint
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How to use emancipation in a sentence

They allowed women to avoid unwanted pregnancies and marriages, giving them the opportunity to pursue careers outside the home, and get on their way to financial emancipation.
THE BEST CHANCE FOR BETTER CONTRACEPTIVES COMES FROM THE DEVELOPING WORLDANNALISA MERELLIJULY 6, 2021QUARTZ
The Post also published on Thursday an interactive package documenting the progress of emancipation across states, with archival photos, personal accounts and links to The Post’s coverage.
HOW PUBLISHERS ARE HANDLING THE JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY THIS YEARSARA GUAGLIONEJUNE 18, 2021DIGIDAY
Gayle Rubin and Pat Califia write articles calling all consensual acts, including sadomasochism, a form of women’s emancipation.
FOR TODAY’S FEMINIST WRITERS, SEX MAKES A COMEBACKMEREDITH MARANJUNE 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As much as Juneteenth represents freedom, it also represents how emancipation was tragically delayed for enslaved people in the deepest reaches of the Confederacy.
JUNETEENTH, EXPLAINEDFABIOLA CINEASJUNE 17, 2021VOX
In other words, it took two years for the emancipation of enslaved people to materialize legally.
JUNETEENTH, EXPLAINEDFABIOLA CINEASJUNE 17, 2021VOX
The vote was heralded by the bill’s supporters as a milestone in the effort to foster a greater recognition of the horrors of slavery in the United States and the long history of inequality that followed emancipation and continues to this day.
CONGRESS VOTES OVERWHELMINGLY TO MAKE JUNETEENTH A FEDERAL HOLIDAY. THE DAY COMMEMORATES THE END OF SLAVERY IN TEXAS IN 1865.MIKE DEBONISJUNE 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Female drivers symbolized the New Woman who embraced social emancipation, participation in the public sphere and even pleasure.
HER CRAZY DRIVING IS A KEY ELEMENT OF CRUELLA DE VIL’S EVIL. HERE’S WHY.GENEVIEVE CARPIOAPRIL 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He intended that pressure from the federal government would move the Southern states to enact their own gradual emancipation policies, as individual Northern states had done after the American Revolution.
WORKING TO END SLAVERY, LINCOLN FOUND POWER — AND LIMITS — IN THE CONSTITUTIONELIZABETH R. VARONJANUARY 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Civil War, Oakes shows, radicalized Lincoln, compelling him to press more aggressively an agenda of state-level emancipation, through both threats and incentives aimed at enslavers.
WORKING TO END SLAVERY, LINCOLN FOUND POWER — AND LIMITS — IN THE CONSTITUTIONELIZABETH R. VARONJANUARY 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I rejoice in being able to say that the general tendency of the speeches was towards universal Emancipation, mental and physical.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
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WORDS RELATED TO EMANCIPATION

  • acquittal
  • delivery
  • emancipation
  • extrication
  • freeing
  • redemption
  • release
  • rescue
  • salvation
  • saving
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