RACEETHNICITY IN US
RACEETHNICITY IN US AMH 2097
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Date Created: 09/17/15
Introduction A African Port Senegal B Debt to Tribal Leader C Ship Captain negotiate with Leader Body A March to the Coast B Holding tanks C Middle Passage i D Seasoning i Weapons and gunpowdertraded Krumen bound slaves in shackles stripped of clothing Beaten by Krumen for resisting Shackled to dozens of slaves notice some of friends are captured as well Dark chilly breeze while walking the shackles are rubbing skin raw Long caravans stretching for miles it seems whipped for looking backslowing down krumen keep shouting at slaves dungeons on water front hear krumen above in the fort residential quarters above dim light in the dungeons storms water seepingthroughflooding dungeons dehydration cramped hundreds of other slaves in dungeons hunger pains delirium limited amount of sleep slaves dying quotrelievingquot yourself on the ground chained to the walls Goree Senegal Door of No Return never see Africa homeland again Built by Dutch in 1776 Slave canoes slaves shoved into canoes and board the ship forced below deck onto shelves Tightpacking cramped together women in one shelfmen in a different shelf no space between slaves laying down Dehydration dysentery smell atrophy muscles deteriorate starvation women screamingchildren crying horse beans mixed into a pulp are main source of food half pint of water some slaves refuse theirfood and are beaten or hot coals placed near their mouths Allowed on deck in the early in the morning irons in a long chain locked to a ringbolt fixed on deck allowed to remain on deck until four orfive in the afternoon exercise was necessary for health allowed to dance on deck if the weather was permitting Arrive in Barbados harbor of Bridgetown Slave auction yards slave dealers would rub slaves down with grease to make muscles look stronger cover sores with tar to improve appearance Slave buyers would check slaves teeth body parts9 humiliating experience At the signal beat of a drum buyers rush into the yard where the slaves are located to make selections everyone is separated when slaves are sold l39Seasonerquot slaves were taught basic English in order to understand orders but were not taught the word quotnoquot so that they could not refuse orders Slaves were given a new name once they came to the New World in order to break the slaves in they would be whipped or placed in the hot box to teach them that they were inferior to their white owners
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