Slavery, Slave trade, history of Slave trade, and facing the aftermath: Knowing who the slaves were by Albert Armstrong

Slavery, Slave trade, history of Slave trade, and facing the aftermath: Knowing who the slaves were

byAlbert Armstrong

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To refer to the Africans who were enslaved only as 'slaves' strips them of their identity. They were, for instance, farmers, merchants, priests, soldiers, goldsmiths and musicians. They were husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters. They could be Yoruba, Igbo, Akan or Congolese.

European slavers dispersed them across the Americas to lead lives of degradation and brutality, without thought for their personal lives. Millions died in the process. As a result, people of African descent are spread throughout the Americas and Western Europe. and the words from the captives before capture and after capture This book will give you the deeper view of this act

Title:Slavery, Slave trade, history of Slave trade, and facing the aftermath: Knowing who the slaves wereFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 21, 2016Publisher:Sonit Education AcademyLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990051361292

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