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Confronting Slavery: Breaking through the Corridors of Silence

@article{Welch2011ConfrontingSB,
  title={Confronting Slavery: Breaking through the Corridors of Silence},
  author={P. Welch},
  journal={The Journal of Caribbean history},
  year={2011},
  volume={45},
  pages={138}
}
  • P. Welch
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of Caribbean history
  • Alvin O. Thompson, Confronting Slavery: Breaking through the Corridors of Silence, Bridgetown, Barbados: Thompson Business Services Inc., xx + 261 pp.Professor Alvin Thompson's book provides a unique opportunity for scholars of the New World historical experience to engage more fully with the issue of enslavement of African peoples throughout the dias- pora. This is a superb effort coming, as it does, on the heels of the com- memoration of the abolition of the British slave trade and of an… CONTINUE READING
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