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Video (LT) March 12, 2021 Life Aboard a Slave Ship | History Channel

From approximately 1525 to 1866, an unknown number of captive Africans were forcibly transported across the Middle Passage to serve as slaves in the New World. Life aboard slave ships was agonizing and dangerous; it is thought that 2 million slaves perished on their journey across the Atlantic.

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Education (RH) Resources Hub August 10, 2020 Black British history: the row over the school curriculum in England

“The whole basis of the Windrush scandal was that ‘these people don’t belong here’, that their citizenship could be revoked. It makes me feel like we don’t belong, like we’ve never made any contribution,” she says. “That is not the truth.”

Encyclopaedia Africana P August 8, 2020 PORTUGAL IN AFRICA, 1415 – 1600

More than 175,000 slaves were also taken to Europe and the Americas during this period.

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