Minority Voices: Abolitionism in West Africa

@article{Greene2015MinorityVA,
  title={Minority Voices: Abolitionism in West Africa},
  author={Sandra E. Greene},
  journal={Slavery \& Abolition},
  year={2015},
  volume={36},
  pages={642 - 661}
}
The impetus for the legal abolition of the slave trade and slavery within Africa came largely from outside the continent. This article will review briefly this literature, but focuses more broadly on abolitionist thought within Africa itself. What did Africans think about the slave trade and slavery? How did they respond to the human suffering they witnessed? What motivated those Africans who were prepared to take public stances against the slave trade and slavery to do so? This article argues… Expand
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Slavery: annual bibliographical supplement (2015)
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