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How the experience of Black people freed from slavery set a pattern for African Americans today

By Nik Ribianszky, Lecturer in US History, Queen's University Belfast
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The Black Lives Matter movement and the harrowing events that gave rise to it have ensured that global attention remains focused on the enduring legacy of African American slavery. There are numerous ways its continued relevance persists in the public eye, from debates over reparations for Black people in the US and how slavery’s history is taught…


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