Addressing an election rally in Gilgit, he said that the people of this area have great love for Shaheed Quaid Awam Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and called them their emancipators
How do we get them to accept us as the emancipators
we hope to be and encourage them to want our help?
Moreover, the name of the opinionated schoolmarm Harriet Bridgewater (widow of Henry) sounds sufficiently like Harriet Beecher Stowe (sister of Henry) to recommend the story as a subversive prologue to abolitionist fiction: an etiological tale about how education and slavery came into the world together that blurs the distinction between the slaveholders and the self-appointed emancipators
, as well as between those who would deny the slave's selfhood and those who would appropriate and live through that self.
Joan considers them ``the emancipators
of TV Guide'' as the network's first program to run without the schedule scroll on the bottom.
Du Bois warns that received accounts of Reconstruction not only distort historical actors into stereotypical Southern martyrs and Northern emancipators
, with blacks simply "the impossible joke in the whole development," but also that this contorted view of the past endangers the present.
One of the great emancipators
of class life has been the university system, allowing people from all walks of life to study at a higher level, opening new opportunities for a better-paid job or career.