Slavery

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How were slaves captured in Africa?

The majority of Africans were bought through local African or African-European merchants rather than being seized or captured by European…

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The truth about Galley slaves and their participation in naval battles

For the first time, slaves were allowed to row on galleys by the Romans. But that was a necessary measure…

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How the land of free American slaves appeared in Africa: Little-known facts about Liberia

US colonialism in Africa is deeply rooted in the history of slavery, which has been a major point of contention…

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What is a dark continent and why was Africa referred to as a dark continent

The most typical response to why Africa was referred to as a dark continent is because Europe had little knowledge…

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How slavery was abolished in the United States

For over one hundred fifty-five years ago, the amendment to the US Constitution, abolishing slavery, entered into force. On 18…

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Life and times of Malik Ambar: How an Ethiopian boy, sold by his parents, became Indian rich man

Malik Ambar, a boy from Ethiopia, was sold into slavery by his parents and handed from hand to hand until…

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Countries that still have slavery

Modern slavery exists in practically every nation, despite the fact that it is not often simple to spot. There are…

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When slavery was abolished in the USA

Lincoln signed a legislative resolution on February 1, 1865, proposing the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which abolished…

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Chattel Slavery: most common form of slavery

Chattel slavery is defined as a civil partnership in which one person has ultimate authority over another’s life, wealth, and…

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