The official revisionist historical narrative of the British after the Transatlantic Slave Trade is that there were only 3.1million African people captured, enslaved and worked to death by the British. SWR does not believe that this narrative is historically correct.
C Encyclopaedia Africana June 26, 2021 CARIBBEAN HISTORIES – IDENTITY (NATIONAL ARCHIVES)
Enslaved Africans constantly fought to keep their identity and heritage alive.
D Encyclopaedia Africana September 5, 2020 DAVID OLUSOGA
My mission is to make history accessible and tell stories of the past across every medium. In genre terms, I am a historian of empire.
Encyclopaedia Africana U July 13, 2020 UN Decade for People of African Descent
The objectives for the Decade are to, “Promote respect, protection and fulfilment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms by people of African Descent.
Encyclopaedia Africana T July 13, 2020 TOUSSAINT L’OUVERTURE
He was the leader of the successful Haitian Revolution. In 1743 when Toussaint was born, Haiti was known as Saint Domingue.
Encyclopaedia Africana H July 13, 2020 HISTORY
British Empire/colonialism is not something to be celebrated. It was built on dehumanising, enslaving, raping, buying and selling other people, maiming, ethnic cleansing, massacring, working people to death and stealing.