The Domestic Slave Trade

The Parts They Don’t Say Out Loud

Photo by Patrice Strong — Montgomery, Alabama

“Beginning in the seventeenth century, millions of African people were kidnapped, sold into slavery, and shipped to the Americas as part of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. In 1808, the United States Congress banned the…

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Stories in this publication will focus on Black History and a little White History that has been distorted. We’ll focus on people and policies and the impact they continue to have on America today.

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