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Belle: The woman who ended slavery?

Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Dido Elizabeth Belle and Sarah Gadon as Elizabeth Murray in "Belle.

The Man Who Ended Slavery - The Atlantic///John Brown was a true American hero. Fuck your safety pins.

The Man Who Ended Slavery

Slandered by craven abolitionists as unhinged, John Brown was in fact an eloquent, cool-headed tactician who succeeded in his long-range plan: launching a civil war

blacknerdproblems:  Trigger Warning For Sexual Assault  There was a point a few years ago where I wanted to be done with period films and TV shows. Either they had so few Black people in them it was as if we were to believe they hadnt been invented until the early 70s. Or the opposite the show was about Black people and was supposed to show the unflinching horror and somehow by movies end the triumph of Black people in the face of evil incarnate. I didnt drift from these movies because of…

blacknerdproblems: “ ***Trigger Warning For Sexual Assault*** There was a point a few years ago where I wanted to be done with period films and TV shows. Either they had so few Black people in them,.

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

Slavery in the United States - Children who were born to slaves began working as soon as they were able.

America's history of slavery - Children who were born to slaves began working as soon as they were able.

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

Olaudah Equiano, a former slave turned abolishenist of the 18th Century, whose autobiography and association with William Wilberforce were both turning points in the UK's anti-slavery movement. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Olaudah Equiano, a former slave turned abolitionist of the Century, whose autobiography and association with William Wilberforce were both turning points in the UK's anti-slavery movement.

Today in Black History - August 1, 1619 & 1834 The History of Black America under British rule began with landing of twenty Blacks at Jamestown, Virginia. John Rolfe said the ship arrived “about the...

Today in Black History - August 1619 & 1834 The History of Black America under British rule began with landing of twenty Blacks at Jamestown, Virginia. John Rolfe said the ship arrived “about the.

STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING!   Angers me to the core of my being...n I know it is repulsive to God...do u care r just ignore the issue??

Did you know that slavery still exists today? Today, it’s known as modern day slavery or Human Trafficking, which is the buying & selling of another human being for personal gain. This crime is second only to the drug crime industry.

Gabriel Hall- only known image of a Black Nova Scotian who migrated to the colony during War of 1812. The Black Refugees were Africans who escaped American slavery in the War of 1812 and who settled in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Trinidad, though the term is generally used only for those settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. They were the largest part of migration of African Americans who sought freedom in the War of 1812.

Gabriel Hall- only known image of a Black Nova Scotian who migrated to the colony during War of The Black Refugees were Africans who escaped American slavery in the War of 1812 and who settled in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Trinidad, though the t

Slavery in America began when the first African slaves were brought to the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia, in1619, to aid in the production of such lucrative crops as tobacco.  The original slaves are now decreed free by a standing representative of the Daughter of pharoah who realized an error in the contract. She announced it about an hour ago. The last rotation of slavery will be ending at the 400 year mark of the finished prophesy.

In response to the 400 years, the Hebrew went back into captivity and slavery via ships to a land that was not of their Father Deuteronomy

The powerful Sojourner Truth - born a slave, emancipated herself, spent the rest of her life fighting for the rights of others. The man she loved, another slave, was beaten to death on account of their relationship. One of the first black woman to successfully sue a white man to give him her child (whom had been illegally sold). Fought for the rights of women, to end slavery, recruited black soldiers to fight for the union, for prison reform, met Lincoln, rode streetcars, tried to vote, and…

Awesome Looking Black On Today In Sojourner Truth Delivers Equal Rights Speech

We are against the sex trade. We don't believe anyone should be bought, sold, traded, used, or abused. It's for FREEDOM that Christ set us free!

Ashton Kutcher and Justin Timberlake in a DNA Foundation campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking and girls forced into sex slavery.

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