The Tribulations of Blackness

@article{TorresSaillant1998TheTO,
  title={The Tribulations of Blackness},
  author={Silvio Torres-Saillant},
  journal={Latin American Perspectives},
  year={1998},
  volume={25},
  pages={126 - 146}
}
Dominican society is the cradle of blackness in the Americas. The island of Hispaniola or Santo Domingo, which Dominicans share with Haitians, served as port of entry to the first African slaves to set foot on Spain’s newly conquered territories following Christopher Columbus’s eventful transatlantic voyage in 1492. Nine years into the conquest of what thenceforward became known as the New World, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella appointed Fray Nicolas de Ovando governor of Santo Domingo… Expand
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