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SLAVERY. DEFINITION THE SYSTEM OF OWNING PEOPLE AS SLAVES OR THE CONDITION OF BEING A SLAVE OR OF HAVING TO WORK FOR ANOTHER PERSON. FOCUS ON . . WHAT’S THE HISTORY OF SLAVERY? WHY WERE THEY DESCRIMINATED? WHERE WERE THE SLAVERY FROM?

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slavery
SLAVERY

DEFINITION

  • THE SYSTEM OF OWNING PEOPLE AS SLAVES

OR

  • THE CONDITION OF BEING A SLAVE OR OF HAVING TO WORK FOR ANOTHER PERSON
focus on
FOCUS ON . .......
  • WHAT’S THE HISTORY OF SLAVERY?
  • WHY WERE THEY DESCRIMINATED?
  • WHERE WERE THE SLAVERY FROM?
  • WHAT WAS THEIR ROLE FOR THE WHITES?
  • HOW DID THEY LIVED AND THEIR FAMILY RELATIONSHIP?
  • HOW IS IT REPRESENTED IN “ BELOVED”?
  • SIMILARITIES & DIFFERENCES.
  • WHEN DID IT STARTED TO BE ABOLISHED?
  • WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE MEETINGS AGAINST SLAVERY?
  • UNDERGROUND RAILROUD
  • CONCLUSION.
what s the history of slavery
WHAT’S THE HISTORY OF SLAVERY?
  • ALMOST A CENTURY BEFORE THE FOUNDATION OF U.S IN 1776
  • THE FIRST ENGLISH COLONY, VIRGINIA. 1619. A CARGO OF 20 SLAVES FROM A DUTCH SLAVE FOR FOOD
  • THE COLONY OF THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE NORTH AMERICA ( RICH PEOPLE FROM EUROPE).
why were they discriminated
WHY WERE THEY DISCRIMINATED?
  • NO EQUAL POSITION AS WHITE PEOPLE.
  • NO PRESENT ON THE BIBLE
  • NO CIVILIZED
  • WILD PEOPLE
where were the slaves from
WHERE WERE THE SLAVES FROM?
  • Nigeria
  • 24%
  • Angola
  • 24%
  • Ghana
  • 16%
  • Senegal/Gambia
  • 13%
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • 11%
  • Sierra Leone
  • 6%
  • Other
  • 6%
what was their role for the whites
WHAT WAS THEIR ROLE FOR THE WHITES?
  • LABOUR FORCE. WORKING IN THE PLANTATION.
  • SERVANTS.
  • DOING THE HARDEST WORK.
  • DIDN’T NEED TO MUCH TO SURVIVE.
trade slavery
TRADE SLAVERY.
  • VERY IMPORTANT ROLE ON THE ENRICHMENT OF A LOTS OF TRADERS.
  • JUST AS ANIMAL
  • SLAVERY BECAME AN INSTITUTION ALSO
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Price, Birch, & Company Slave PenDuke St., Alexandria, Virginia (William Pywell, 1863; LOC) Before the war a child would sell for about $50.00, a man at $1,000-$1,800 and a woman from $500 to $1,500.00

how did they lived and their family relationship
HOW DID THEY LIVED AND THEIR FAMILY RELATIONSHIP?
  • In earlier times enjoyed social and individual rights - like marriage, freedom to raise a family, speak their language and worship their gods, rights which were denied the African slaves exported to the Americas. Africans captured and taken into the new world were stripped of all their personality and humanity - they could not even bear their own names.
family relationship
FAMILY RELATIONSHIP

THEIR FAMILIES WERE DESTROYED.

THEY LIVED AND WORKED FAR AWAY

THEIR CHILDREN WERE TAKEN AWAY

THEY DIED ALONE

slavery in beloved
SLAVERY IN BELOVED

DIFFICULT LIFE

  • SEPARETED FAMILY
  • DISCRIMINATED AND INJURED
  • FORCED TO DO THE THE WORST TO THEIR CHILDREN
  • HAVING NO HOPE FOR THE FUTURE
real life slavery and beloved
REAL LIFE SLAVERY and BELOVED

similaritis

differences

No differences

This is the embodiment of the real life that slaves had suffered for centuries

BELOVED a real story from a slave women who had suffered the same as Sethe

  • Difficult life
  • No family
  • No hope for the future
  • Discriminated
  • Injured
  • Hard working
abolishment of slavery
ABOLISHMENT OF SLAVERY
  • "Anti-Slavery Meetings!" 1850. This anti-slavery broadside was produced by abolitionists in salem ohio
  • The underground railrod; simbol of freedom.
  • They fought against the institution of slavery by organizing meetings and printing and distributing leaflets, pamphlets, newspapers, and books on the evils of slavery
who participated in the meetings against slavery
WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE MEETINGS AGAINST SLAVERY?
  • LOW CLASSES OF THE SOCIET
  • ( white and black ones ; they also entendet rights for themselves; industrial revolution;
  • SLAVES THEMSELVES
underground railroud
UNDERGROUND RAILROUD
  • SYMBOL OF FREEDOM
  • THE ONLY WAY FROM SLAVERY TO FREDOOM
  • THE MAIN SYMBOL “ THE QUILT”( AN INDICATOR OF A SAFE PLACE) BUT NO REAL PROVES FOR ITS EXISTENCE
  • STILL VERY IMPORTANT SYMBOL
conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • SOME EXPRESSIONS THAT SLAVES USED DURING THEIR ESCAPE IN THE UNDERGROUNG RAILROUD.
  • A day, an hour, of virtuous Liberty, is worth an age of Servitude"
  • "All men are born free & equal."
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