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Britain’s Role in the Slave Trade Lasted Centuries

It started long before Europe colonised America

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I was dismayed to read a story this week which intimated that the USA was more involved in the slave trade than Britain was. This is far from the truth; Britain was involved in the slave trade from around the sixteenth century before America was even colonised by Europe and the first slave brought…

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Marla Bishop

Marla Bishop

Londoner, philosophy graduate, journalist, relationship coach, wife & mother. MA in Novel Writing; working on 1st novel. Follow me: https://linktr.ee/Marla

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