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On Slavery and Abolitionists: The History of Mary Prince

Autobiographical yet co-produced, this is as much an autobiography of the indomitable Mary Prince in all that is said, as the evangelical abolitionists who supported her bid for freedom in all that is left unsaid. 1,045 more words


Chapter 2 - Shrink

C-2: Shrink Appointment

A/N: Stephanie Meyer owns Twilight

Cora P.O

‘I’ve lived in Africa my whole life. That is, until I was sold to my husband and we moved to Portugal.’ I spoke with a low shaky voice. 1,946 more words

Short(?) Story

On My Own Will

They are lined up, feet shackled and hands tied up with one long rope that keeps them together. Their faces are smudged with dirt, their clothes tattered and ragged. 8,015 more words


Green Party policy for lifelong learning

Several people recently took part in a Twitter exchange about the policies of the main parties towards adult learning. I expressed the view that all the main parties – including Labour and the Scottish Nationalists – of cutting public favoured reduced spending on what was already a very small field. 405 more words


FREE~ Your Mind from The Slavery of Pharaoh

One of the things I have noticed and I see it within my own life and that is we often tend to put limits on what God can do for us. 362 more words


Black History Month 2015 Day 27

Today we look at the building of the first slavery museum in America.

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Louisiana’s River Road runs northwest from New Orleans to Baton Rouge, its two lanes snaking some 100 miles along the Mississippi and through a contradictory stretch of America. 5,259 more words

Black History Month