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The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano. Ms. Thiell English III. Quick Write 2/22/2012. What does it mean to be a slave?. Quick Write 2/23/2012. What are some of the emotions Equiano experiences when he is first aboard the slave ship?. Quick Write 2/24/2012.

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quick write 2 22 2012
Quick Write 2/22/2012

What does it mean to be a slave?

quick write 2 23 2012
Quick Write 2/23/2012

What are some of the emotions Equiano experiences when he is first aboard the slave ship?

quick write 2 24 2012
Quick Write 2/24/2012

What do you think Equiano thought about human beings before his experience as a slave? What do you think he thought of humans after his experience as a slave?

slavery fact or fiction
SLAVERY: Fact or Fiction
  • Slavery was a common practice in Africa
  • No Africans participated willingly in the slave trade
  • Most enslaved Africans were brought to North America
  • Captured Africans were packed like cargo into slave ships
  • Slave traders typically sold families as a single group
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