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Resistência Escrava - Negros nunca teve uma atitude passiva em relação à escravidão. Muitos quebraram ferramentas de trabalho e definir as senzalas (senzala) no fogo. Outros cometeu suicídio, muitas vezes comer terra. Ainda outros sucumbiram a sentimentos de banzo, grande tristeza que pode levar à morte por inanição. Uma forma comum de rebelião, no entanto, foi a fuga.

Resistência Escrava - Negros nunca teve uma atitude passiva em relação à escravidão. Muitos quebraram ferramentas de trabalho e definir as senzalas (senzala) no fogo. Outros cometeu suicídio, muitas vezes comer terra. Ainda outros sucumbiram a sentimentos de banzo, grande tristeza que pode levar à morte por inanição. Uma forma comum de rebelião, no entanto, foi a fuga.

Some Truth so many are not aware of. A woman of vision who cared with few knowing it!

Some Truth so many are not aware of. A woman of vision who cared with few knowing it!

Enslaved women, regardless of their age, were viewed as seducers of White men. This was a way for slave owners or plantation overseers to justify their raping of the black women.

Enslaved women, regardless of their age, were viewed as seducers of White men. This was a way for slave owners or plantation overseers to justify their raping of the black women.

Interesting infographic on the state of African women #Africa #women #infographic

Interesting infographic on the state of African women #Africa #women #infographic

In 1869, Republican President Ulysses S. Grant appointed Ebenezer D. Bassett Ambassador to Haiti, making him the first black diplomat to represent the US.

In 1869, Republican President Ulysses S. Grant appointed Ebenezer D. Bassett Ambassador to Haiti, making him the first black diplomat to represent the US.

Richard Theodore Greener (1844-1922) was the first Black graduate of Harvard University (Class of 1870). His papers, including his Harvard diploma, his law license, photos and papers connected to his diplomatic role in Russia and his friendship with President Ulysses S. Grant, were recently discovered in an attic on the South Side of Chicago - just before the house was demolished.

Richard Theodore Greener (1844-1922) was the first Black graduate of Harvard University (Class of 1870). His papers, including his Harvard diploma, his law license, photos and papers connected to his diplomatic role in Russia and his friendship with President Ulysses S. Grant, were recently discovered in an attic on the South Side of Chicago - just before the house was demolished.

Not one edomite built anything upon this evil earth.They killed our people and took the credit for everything.

Not one edomite built anything upon this evil earth.They killed our people and took the credit for everything.

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