Liberation AFRI 312-003
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T h e m e Liberation Definition noun 1 The act of liberating or the state of being liberated 2 The process of striving to achieve equal rights and status International Pressures 0 Britain 0 Outlawed TransAtlantic Slave Trade I Outlawed slave trade across all their country and their territories I Established in 1787 by the British Parliament I Was accomplished by three things pressure from the slaves economic changes and pressures from activists see Social Changes 0 France 0 French Revolution I The well to do held all of the power I The rise of the middle class helped to put the upper class out of power I Laissez faire I the theory or system of government that upholds the autonomousch aracter of the economic order believing that government shouldint ervene as little as possible in the direction of economic affairs I 1787 1799 0 Industrial Revolution 0 The change from manual labor to machine labor removed the need for slaves Economic Changes 0 Peru mining amp textiles were large industries 0 Other materials that were sources of income were gold and sugar 0 There was less interested in silver the supplies were running low 0 Spain 0 Freed slaves early on because they could not afford them Social Changes 0 Revolution 0 Haitian Revolution I Destroyed property I They organized I 1791 1804 against France I France was weak at the time See French Revolution 0 Activism O Abolitionists I Had more of a religious backing behind their purpose I Most were white I Used literature to spread the message 0 Anti slavery Military I Joining the military could possibly ensure freedom 0 This was only for able bodied men I American Civil War 0 See forthcoming notes U ga on I Emancipation Proclamation 0 While this did not free the slave it lead to the 13th Amendment which actually freed American slaves I 1865 o Freed 31 million American slaves