BLACK PEOPLE OF AMERICA

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SLAVERY
A slave is someone who has no freedom or rights. they are owned by someone meaning they're their property. They are forced to do things against their own will, kept under rules of their masters and can be traded.
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TRIANGULAR TRADE 1
Step 1: British sell goods to Africans on the gold coast. These goods would be traded for men, women and children who had been captured by slave traders or bought from African chiefs.
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TRIANGULAR TRADE 2
Step 2: African dealers kidnapped people from villages up to hundreds of miles inland. Then sent over seas.
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TRIANGULAR TRADE 3
Step 3: In the West Indies enslaved Africans would be sold to the highest bidder at slave auctions. Once they had been bought, enslaved Africans worked for nothing on plantations. this process carried on in a triangle.
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SEGREGATION
Racial segregation became the law in most parts of the American South until the American Civil Rights Movement. These were the Jim Crow laws. It separated the races.
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Card 2

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Step 1: British sell goods to Africans on the gold coast. These goods would be traded for men, women and children who had been captured by slave traders or bought from African chiefs.

Back

TRIANGULAR TRADE 1

Card 3

Front

Step 2: African dealers kidnapped people from villages up to hundreds of miles inland. Then sent over seas.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Step 3: In the West Indies enslaved Africans would be sold to the highest bidder at slave auctions. Once they had been bought, enslaved Africans worked for nothing on plantations. this process carried on in a triangle.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Racial segregation became the law in most parts of the American South until the American Civil Rights Movement. These were the Jim Crow laws. It separated the races.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5

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