What Life Abroad Slave Ships was Like

The average life of a slave on board such a ship ended at the age of 25.

Source: Black History Month

Enslaver ships traveled near the coast for many months, acquiring their shipment. Because of the horrific abuse, they had to endure, many of the hostages were in very bad health. They were all taken aboard, undressed, and then inspected by a commanding officer and a physician…

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