TriCRI & ICCR proudly work with ECPAT to encourage companies to sign the code to protect children. Companies, especially those in the tourism industry, are often some of the first witnesses of these atrocities. Training their staff in how to handle these situation is a vital part in ending this atrocity.   ECPAT's mission is to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.

TriCRI & ICCR proudly work with ECPAT to encourage companies to sign the code to protect children. Companies, especially those in the tourism industry, are often some of the first witnesses of these atrocities. Training their staff in how to handle these situation is a vital part in ending this atrocity. ECPAT's mission is to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.

In 1807 the slave trade was abolished in Britain, and in 1834 slavery itself was abolished throughout the British Empire - largely due to the work of William Wilberforce. In 1804 an independent Black African nation was established in Haiti - marking the end of slavery in the West Indies and Africa.

slavery was the diving force of the southern cotton industry. Many people of the north disagreed with slavery, but due to an ongoing battle between north and south, slavery kept its place in average southern life throughout the until the late

Wow... just wow.  Flora Stewart was 117 years old when this photo was taken in New Hampshire in 1867.   That means she was born in 1750.  She saw this country founded and lived to see the Revolutionary War, the Civil War and the end of slavery.  She saw George Washington and Abraham Lincoln as Presidents.   And look at her: as regal as any Queen who ever reigned.

Flora Stewart, aged 117 years, of Londonderry, N. at the age of It is thus recorded in the published vital records of Londonderry. This Flora Stewart was liberated from slavery about

Artist: Miguel Ângelo Lupi Date: 1879. This is a couple of former slaves that accompained a portuguese aristocrat, Serpa Pinto, in his voyages through Africa and finally back to Portugal, long after the end of slavery. He wrote about them in his memoirs and the painter Miguel Ângelo Lupi immortalized them in this beautiful painting.

thefabulousmomo submitted to medievalpoc: “ Artist: Miguel Ângelo Lupi Title: Os Negros de Serpa Pinto (roughly translated, The Two Blacks of Serpa Pinto, a title attributed by the painter himself, hence the sense of sounding as.

"MUM BETT" ELIZABETH FREEMAN, became one of the first enslaved African Americans in the state of Massachusetts to file a Legal Petition for Freedom, along with another of Ashley's slaves, a man called Brom. Her 1781 county court case, Brom and Bett v. Ashley, was a direct challenge to the existence of slavery in Massachusetts and her victory set the precedent for a later Massachusetts Supreme Court’s ruling that marked the informal ending of slavery, in the state.

Mum Bett -- Elizabeth Freeman Miniature portrait, watercolor on ivory by Susan Anne Livingston Ridley Sedgwick, 1811

The End Of Slavery!!!!!!!!!

The End Of Slavery!!!!!!!!!

(1858-1964) Anna Julia Cooper was an educator, author, activist and one of the most prominent African American scholars in US history. She gave voice to African-Americans during the 19th and 20th centuries, from the end of slavery to the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. Cooper studied French literature and history before enrolling as a doctoral student at Columbia University in 1914 while remaining a full-time teacher. She was only the 4th African-American woman in the US to earn a…

Anna Julia Haywood Cooper August 1858 – February was an American author, educator, speaker and one of the most prominent African-American scholars in United States history.

Anna Julia Cooper (1858-1964);   an educator, scholar, feminist, and activist who gave voice to the African American community during the 19th and 20th centuries, from the end of slavery to the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. The Postal Service's Black Heritage stamp was released in January 2009.

Anna Julia Cooper an educator, scholar, feminist, and activist who gave voice to the African American community during the and centuries, from the end of slavery to the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement.

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 Lei Aurea, there were several resolutions and laws passed that inched Brazil to...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…

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 Lei Aurea, there were several resolutions and laws passed that inched Brazil to...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…

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