Sarah Parker Remond (June 6, 1826 – December 13, 1894) was an African-American lecturer, abolitionist, and agent of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Late in life she became a physician in Italy. As a young woman, Remond delivered speeches throughout the Northeast United States against slavery. She was chosen to travel to England to gather support for the abolitionist cause in the United States and, after the American Civil War started, for support of the Union Army and the Union blockade of the Confederacy. She was the sister of orator Charles Lenox Remond and sometimes they toured together for anti-slavery lectures.