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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo
Historian. Memory, , reparations. Author/editor of 11 books, including Reparations for Slavery, 2017. Professor at Opinions are my own.
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 6h
A descendant of Confederate Army Gen. Robert E. Lee believes that reparations are necessary to tackle racism
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 6h
I love this story: The odyssey of Hans Jonathan, a slave who became the first black settler in Iceland
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 6h
Replying to @AndreLeonard20
Apparently you did not read the article that you just shared that doesn't endorse your statement.
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 7h
According to this article Jewish community seems to be divided on the issue of for slavery. This is not new, similar issues emerged when by James Forman presented the Black Manifesto in 1969.
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David Miranda 8h
Há 4 meses, Eduardo Bolsonaro insinuou que o PT transportava droga em voos oficiais. E agora com 39 quilos de COCAÍNA no avião do governo do papai? vai investigar?
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Dr. Keisha N. Blain Jun 17
Many of you asked me for more info on my lecture on African Americans & the Civil War. Please visit my site for a list of , , & I used (and highly recommend). No need to email me! 🤓All info posted here: ✊🏾cc:
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 8h
"Fifty percent of practicing Christians say the history of American slavery continues to significantly affect the African American community today, a Barna study shows," article by
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 9h
The Netherlands' state-run rail company NS has said it will pay tens of millions of euros in compensation to Holocaust victims and their families.
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 9h
I will try!!! thank you!
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 9h
It changed over time for sure and for the better, though there are many problematic spots because the site itself is "reluctant" in embracing the perspective of those who were enslaved, reason why is an interesting case study.
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 9h
Replying to @CessjJones
I spoke with the journalist at the time and worked on Republic of Benin, someone must tell them that Republic of Benin is not the Kingdom of Benim.
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Associates of Boston Public Library Jun 25
100 years ago MA ratified the guaranteeing women's voting rights. Here present his arguments in favor of women's for the American Woman Suffrage Association’s 1870 convention. We cataloged and digitized this letter.
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 10h
it's a book exploring different modes of memory of slavery (collective, cultural, public, official, etc), each chapter one modality, using examples as I usually do from different places involved in slavery and the slave trade, I have been working on it for a while, but am late
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 10h
Thank you of for this article on urban slave quarters. I visited Aiken-Rhett House in Charleston and found it impressive
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Somerset House Jun 10
Join us this summer on a journey through 50 years of Black creativity in Britain and beyond in our major new exhibition : Generations of Black Creative Pioneers. Open 12 Jun - 15 Sep, book now:
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 11h
If in London, don't miss it! Artist Victor Ekpuk's mesmerizing mural pays homage to African writing systems in landmark exhibition Get Up, Stand Up Now
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 13h
what is sad (and serious) is that there is a university professor who has been endorsing this "movement", never calling out the abuses...
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Abdur-Rahim Muhammad 14h
Visited MV many times. What I thought missing was video or narrative depicting slavery more realistically. Slave quarters, kitchen, laundry, stables, and carriage house too well recreated. Not a happy/comfy work site.
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 13h
Me too, have the same impression. Am writing a book that has 2 chapters in which I engage with Mount Vernon and Monticello. We have criticized Mount Vernon a lot here on Twitter. Even their Twitter account erases slavery. , however, is doing good work!
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo 14h
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