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Miscelleaneous materials
related to the
UNESCO Triangular Slave Trade Project"
The Triangular Slave Trade Project (TST)

Organized by Jon K. Møller

Slavenes egen historie (Norw.) About UNESCOs Slave Route Project in the Norwegian UN magazine 'Globus'
Slavehandel og Rasisme (Norw.) 'Slave Trade and Racism' - Vår kollektive hukommelse. -Rasisme i et historisk perspektiv
Den atlantiske slavehandel (Danish) Nationalmuseets Børneside - Internettet for børn
A Monument to History On July 3, 1999, during a ceremonial event at sea, a monument honoring the millions of men, women, and children who lost their lives en route to and at the hands of slavery between the 15th and 19th centuries will be lowered into the Atlantic Ocean's Middle Passage
The Atlantic Slave Trade - On Both Sides, Reason for Remorse, By Howard W. French (The New York Times, April 5, 1998)
A Chronology of Slavery - Part 1 from 325 BC to 1798 AD
A Chronology of Slavery - Part 2 from 1802 AD to 1962 AD
Slavery Today - The American Anti-Slavery Group, Inc. is the only American organization solely dedicated to abolishing modern day slavery worldwide.
S.T.O.P. - Slavery That Oppresses People. S.T.O.P. was founded in 1998 by a fifth-grade class in Denver that wanted to take action on behalf of children now held as chattel slaves in the Sudan.
On Slavery - By Femi Akomolafe. 1994. In this essay I shall try to put slavery in proper historical perspectives, and show how the chattel slavery introduced by capitalism differs from all other forms of slavery.
Tradelinks - The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade / The Silk Road: Linking Europe and Asia / The Saharan Trade: A Link Between Europe and Africa / Transportation in Ancient Rome
TST - General Background
Introduction to the Middle Passage Web Site - The Middle Passage web site was developed as a Teacher's Action Project as part of a National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Institute for Educators entitled, "The Middle Passage: Making of the Atlantic World", held at Howard University. Teacher Resources!
The Trans-Atlantiv Slave Trade - An event which destroyed peoples and whole cultures; an event which would depopulate a continent, changing it forever; an event which would enrich Europe, create empires, and build America.
The Journey: The Middle Passage - This essay is divided into two parts. The first part explores the mechanisms of the journey and the second part deals with this horrific ordeal from the perspective of the African captives.
Slave Trade - A general background of the slave trade. Pretty brief!
Freedom Shackled - The slave ship, Henrietta Marie, speaks from its watery grave to give us the first true picture of the horror that men, women and children suffered in the Atlantic slave trade.

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