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the more I was led to abhor and detest my enslavers.
That generosity was flagrantly abused: tomb raiders, enslavers building the Suez Canal, the hypocritical humbugs who hampered building a dam to tame the Nile.
So you can be first to enjoy a cool drink when our intergalactic would-be enslavers discover that Earth's 80% water content probably don't make it the best choice given they've left their swimming trunks at home 10 million light years away.
Thus, even when slaves were laughing, singing, or joking, they were actually cementing the rights of their enslavers.
Their journey had been treacherous and dangerous - four able-bodied young slaves represented thousands of dollars in assets to their enslavers Slave catchers relentlessly tracked the group along the heavily trodden paths of the Underground Railroad in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Then and today, for Africans and their descendants, there remains a great deal of controversy and unease over the role that many tribes played in enslaving their own countrymen; many West Africans -- the enslaved or the enslavers -- would prefer to forget their past and move on.
Mining from traditional abolitionist sentiment, Levy believed slavery an unconscionable institution and one that degraded both the enslavers and enslaved.
In like manner God has prepared a Doomsday for this sinful white world of colonizers, enslavers, oppressors, exploiters, lynchers .
Failure to provide sufficient penalties against enslavers means that trafficking is a money-spinning, low-risk form of organised crime.
The stories are haunting and will get you thinking about the history of slavery and its emotional impact on both the enslaved and the enslavers.
Britons, in this analysis, were dictators, enslavers, "a gang of professional thieves that hide their colonial booty in the British law," and even when their policies looked progressive, Mulumba found it important to ask "Has Governor Sir John Hathorn Hall ever taken a refresher course in the Labour Party Policy at all?