The Anazing Grace- filmed in Nigeria about slave trade and the man who would later write the hymn "Amazing Grace"- not the same film as "Amazing Grace" ( a film about the struggle in the UK to abolish slavery)

The Anazing Grace- filmed in Nigeria about slave trade and the man who would later write the hymn "Amazing Grace"- not the same film as "Amazing Grace" ( a film about the struggle in the UK to abolish slavery)

Lei Aurea—or the Golden Law—was an 1888 Brazilian law that abolished slavery in the country. Brazil is known as the country where most African captives arrived during the Atlantic slave trade. ABOUT LEI AUREA Prior to LeiLei Aurea—or the Golden Law—was an 1888 Brazilian law that abolished slavery in the country. Brazil is known as the country where most African captives arrived during the Atlantic slave trade. ABOUT LEI AUREA Prior to Lei Aurea, there were several resolutions and laws pass

Lei Aurea—or the Golden Law—was an 1888 Brazilian law that abolished slavery in the country. Brazil is known as the country where most African captives arrived during the Atlantic slave trade. ABOUT LEI AUREA Prior to LeiLei Aurea—or the Golden Law—was an 1888 Brazilian law that abolished slavery in the country. Brazil is known as the country where most African captives arrived during the Atlantic slave trade. ABOUT LEI AUREA Prior to Lei Aurea, there were several resolutions and laws pass

July 2, 1777: Vermont becomes the 1st American territory to abolish slavery. In response to abolitionists’ calls across the colonies to end slavery, not only did Vermont’s legislature agree to abolish slavery entirely, it also moved to provide full voting rights for African American males. Vermont’s...July 2, 1777: Vermont becomes the 1st American territory to abolish slavery. In response to abolitionists’ calls across the colonies to end slavery, not only did Vermont’s legislature agree to…

July 2, 1777: Vermont becomes the 1st American territory to abolish slavery. In response to abolitionists’ calls across the colonies to end slavery, not only did Vermont’s legislature agree to abolish slavery entirely, it also moved to provide full voting rights for African American males. Vermont’s...July 2, 1777: Vermont becomes the 1st American territory to abolish slavery. In response to abolitionists’ calls across the colonies to end slavery, not only did Vermont’s legislature agree to…

Photo credit Narvikk  Attitudes haven't changed as much as people like to pretend. Don't forget your past for it will be relevent to your future.  https://zainabasma.wordpress.com/

Photo credit Narvikk Attitudes haven't changed as much as people like to pretend. Don't forget your past for it will be relevent to your future. https://zainabasma.wordpress.com/

Britain boast they abolished slavery on this day in 1834. The truth is that they compensated slave owners & went on to reinvent slavery.

Britain boast they abolished slavery on this day in 1834. The truth is that they compensated slave owners & went on to reinvent slavery.

More than 200 years since it was abolished, slavery is rife all over the world. People who have escaped describe their ordeal

'I slept on the floor in a flat near Harrods': stories of modern slavery

More than 200 years since it was abolished, slavery is rife all over the world. People who have escaped describe their ordeal

On January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Contrary to popular belief, the act itself did not abolish slavery. Want to see more? Visit www.HisDreamOurStories.com, a dedication to civil rights through first-hand accountsOn January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Contrary to popular belief, the act itself did not abolish slavery. Want to see more? Visit www.HisDreamOurStories.com, a dedication to civil rights…

On January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Contrary to popular belief, the act itself did not abolish slavery. Want to see more? Visit www.HisDreamOurStories.com, a dedication to civil rights through first-hand accountsOn January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Contrary to popular belief, the act itself did not abolish slavery. Want to see more? Visit www.HisDreamOurStories.com, a dedication to civil rights…

How The British Empire Abolished Slavery | Atlantic Slave Trade | European Slaves - YouTube

How The British Empire Abolished Slavery | Atlantic Slave Trade | European Slaves - YouTube

Vicente Guerrero (1782-1831), the Mexican revolutionist and 2nd president of Mexico, he was mixed black and Indian ancestry who abolished slavery in 1829.

Vicente Guerrero (1782-1831), the Mexican revolutionist and 2nd president of Mexico, he was mixed black and Indian ancestry who abolished slavery in 1829.

The U.S. never abolished slavery.

America Never Abolished Slavery

The U.S. never abolished slavery.

Black Lives Matter is a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of Black people by police and vigilantes. Description from scienceleadership.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Black Lives Matter is a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of Black people by police and vigilantes. Description from scienceleadership.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Zwarte slaven werden in verschrikkelijke omstandigheden vanuit Afrika naar Amerika gebracht.

Zwarte slaven werden in verschrikkelijke omstandigheden vanuit Afrika naar Amerika gebracht.

So, how would the mainstream media report the FACTS in the pic below? Yep, it’s a fact that it was Lincoln’s Republican Party that abolished slavery. Every single Republican in Congress voted to abolish slavery while only 23% of Democrats …

So, how would the mainstream media report the FACTS in the pic below? Yep, it’s a fact that it was Lincoln’s Republican Party that abolished slavery. Every single Republican in Congress voted to abolish slavery while only 23% of Democrats …

Home | CAST LA Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking

Home | CAST LA Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking

Alberto Henschel portrait of an Afro-Brazilian woman, about 1870. Chances are strong that she was enslaved (Brazil did not abolish slavery until 1888.)

Alberto Henschel portrait of an Afro-Brazilian woman, about 1870. Chances are strong that she was enslaved (Brazil did not abolish slavery until 1888.)

Trump battle over Obamacare reminds Scaramucci of Lincoln's fight to abolish slavery

Trump's healthcare battle reminds Scaramucci of Lincoln fighting slavery

Trump battle over Obamacare reminds Scaramucci of Lincoln's fight to abolish slavery

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