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    African Slave Trade

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    The impact on the African slave trade during 16th centuries to 19th centuries was huge. The economy of those countries which allowed African slave trade grew bigger and bigger. For instance, America, a huge land that had nothing before the trade, started to gain some profit out of farming and increased hugely on population. They used a big amount of African slaves to farm and work. And this created the economy better in America. Also Europeans, which were only one million people brought up 5.5 million

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    African Slave Trade In The Atlantic World African slave trade in the atlantic world was important because of new land discovered by columbus. This brought europeans over to america to claim this large chunk of unknown land. Slaves were important to the americas because they provided labor and kept america's economic system running. African slavery during this period had a huge impact on the americas, the causes and effects of slavery tell us how and why slavery became so important in this time in

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    The African Slave Trade

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    Effects of the African Slave Trade in the Atlantic World. During the 1500-1800’s, African Slave Trade became huge in the America’s. When the idea was put into motion, thousands of slaves began to be traded from their homeland, Africa, their previous life, culture, and society, to the America’s, where they would be put into forced labor and worked as slaves for the rest of their lives, and their children's lives, and their children's children's lives, and so on. The African Slave Trade, during the

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    The Plight of The African Slave

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    Introduction Slavery was one of the darkest periods in African American history. Africans were taken from their homes in West Africa and brought to America to work on plantations. However, slavery was not something new as it existed in Africa before Europeans partook in it, but slavery in Africa was very different from slavery in America. During their voyage through the Middle Passage many slaves perished. Those who survived were sold and subjected to the harsh life on the plantations. When

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    The African Slave Trade in the Atlantic World was a dark time. Many African people were ripped from their homeland and sent in a very crowded ship to live in service of a rich European jerk, because said European found them convenient. They had awful living conditions, and many died after 3 years of service, if they even made it across the ocean. The institution of slavery has forever messed with the lives of those slaves, and their descendants. Because of a need for labor in the new world, the African

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    Reparations For Descendents of African Slaves in America Slavery has been entwined with American history ever since Dutch traders brought twenty captive Africans to Jamestown, Virginia in 1619. Slavery in America is a subject with minimal truths and stories rarely told. The public school system excludes the fact that eight of the first twelve American presidents were major slaveholders. Emancipation brought freedom, but not approximation. The civil rights movement killed Jim Crow, but shadows

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    Term African Slave Trade

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    When you think of the African slave trade, do you realize that over 10 million people were removed from that continent in less than 500 years? Some scholars believe it may be as large a number as 20 million.1 I would like to pose a few questions and attempt to answer them in this collection of writings and opinions. The evidence and historical documents will show some of the economic and social impacts the Slave Trade had on the African continent. The first thing that needs to be established is just

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    Europeans knew of another approach for cheap labor, the African Slave Trade, which gained demand through the middle of the 15th century. Between 1450 and 1870 over ten million humans were captured and taken from Africa to become slaves. The African slave trade was influenced negatively by the absence of humanitarian concerns because of the need for labor, the increased importance of gaining profit, and assertion of

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    The Injustice Upon African Americans Slaves

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    and through slavery, African-American slaves helped build the economic foundation of which America stands upon today, but this development only occurred with the sacrifice of the blood, sweat, and tears from the slaves that had been pushed into exhaustion by the slave masters. A narrative noting a lifetime of this history was the book The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, Or Gustavus Vassa, The African written by Olaudah Equiano. Equiano was a prominent African involved in the British

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    The slave trade of Africans began to flourish during the period of the Atlantic World, because of this slavery had become an acceptable act in the eyes of many. Slavery has always been around, but during the 1500s it blew up. European colonists that migrated to the Americas were in need of cheap labour. At first they used the Natives of the area for work, as they had knowledge of the land, but soon realized they were not an efficient source of labour. Natives caught diseases brought by the Europeans

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