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Like most of the Caribbean Islands, Dominica is observing the 200th anniversary of the passing of legislation in the British parliament to abolish the slave trade. It was this month 200 years ago that our ancestors was freed from slavery. Many of us forget the many people who gave-up the lives in the fight, hoping that one day the Slavery with be abolish. Today we’re willing testament of what our ancestor fought for equal rights and humanity, were a man is not judge by the color of his skin nor there is no race which is great than another.

Dominica : Natives 1940
Dominica : Natives 1940.
Photo Via:Antanlontan-antilles (Caribbean Vintage Postcards)

Alabanoz Slave Ship – 1846
Alabanoz Slave Ship
Photo Via:Antislavery.org (Breaking The Silence)

Too many of us these pictures mean nothing, for most of us it reminds us were we’ve been as a people. We are mere generations of Slaves living in a so call politically correct world.

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