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Forside Slaveri / Slavery Document published by the Société de la Morale Christian, Committee for the Abolition of Trafficking in Slaves, in 1822. Founded in France in 1821 by evangelists gathered around La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, the society of Christian morals supports the effort carried out since the late 18th century by French abolitionists so that abolish trafficking and slavery. Public Domain.

Document published by the Société de la Morale Christian, Committee for the Abolition of Trafficking in Slaves, in 1822. Founded in France in 1821 by evangelists gathered around La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, the society of Christian morals supports the effort carried out since the late 18th century by French abolitionists so that abolish trafficking and slavery. Public Domain.

Black Jacobins by C.L.R. James (First Edition, Secker & Warburg, 1938 - Jacket

Document published by the Société de la Morale Christian, Committee for the Abolition of Trafficking in Slaves, in 1822. Founded in France in 1821 by evangelists gathered around La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, the society of Christian morals supports the effort carried out since the late 18th century by French abolitionists so that abolish trafficking and slavery. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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Black Jacobins by C.L.R. James (First Edition, Secker & Warburg, 1938 – Jacket
Sailor on a slave ship suspending an African girl by her ankle from a rope over a pulley. Captain John Kimber stands on the left with a whip in his hand. Title: “The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn. Kimber’s treatment of a young Negro girl of 15 for her virjen (sic) modesty.” Shows an alleged incident of an enslaved African girl whipped to death for refusing to dance naked on the deck of the slave ship Recovery, a slaver owned by Bristol merchants. Captain John Kimber was denounced before the House of Commons by William Wilberforce over the incident. In response to outrage by abolitionists, Captain Kimber was brought up on charges before the High Court of Admiralty in June 1792, but acquitted of all charges.  Published by S.W Fores, London, April 10, 1792. Attributed to Isaac Cruikshank, 1756?-1811? Public Domain. Collection: Library of Congress’s Prints and Photographs division.

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