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Irish historians add their names to open letter criticising the "racist propaganda" of 'Irish slavery'
White slave propaganda
The slave revolt led by Nat Turner and the surrounding propaganda was used to strike fear into the white working class and justify harsher living conditions for black slaves. It also served as a catalyst for the Civil War and the end to chattel slavery in the South.
This book tackles a hitherto neglected topic by presenting Ireland as very much a part of the Black Atlantic world. It shows how slaves and sugar produced economic and political change in Eighteenth-c
White slave propaganda
White Slave Propaganda: Images of light-skinned former slaves to elicit sympathy from northern wealthy donors in 1860s
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White slave propaganda
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White Slave Propaganda: Images of light-skinned former slaves to elicit sympathy from northern wealthy donors in 1860s
White slave propaganda
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Organisers believed the white faces of Charles Taylor, Rebecca Huger, Rosina Downs, and Augusta Broujey would encourage donors to sympathise with the plight of recently-emancipated slaves and give more generously
White Slave Propaganda: Images of light-skinned former slaves to elicit sympathy from northern wealthy donors in 1860s
White Slave Propaganda: Images of light-skinned former slaves to elicit sympathy from northern wealthy donors in 1860s
White Slave Propaganda: Images of light-skinned former slaves to elicit sympathy from northern wealthy donors in 1860s
White Slave Propaganda: Images of light-skinned former slaves to elicit sympathy from northern wealthy donors in 1860s