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Slavery During the 1500s the slave trade was popular all over the world Many of the negative effects fell upon the Africans who have to suffer through immense mistreatmentmany Africans were forced to experience the life of being a slave and having to face the torture of brutal beating everyday In the movie Amistad one could see how cruel and humane the Europeans were and how horribly they treated the slaves The Africans wereforced to leave their own country and life to came to an unknown place where they Many Africans were kidnapped from their land their home their family and their friends to go to an unknown place where they knew no one This kidnapping wascruel because the Africans were forced to a place where they had no rights and did not know what would happen to them The kidnapping was successful for the Kidnappers because they were betrayed by their own peoples The Africans who betrayed them was either from another village or the peoples that were willing to trade their own people for weapon such as guns Guns was significance because the Africans needed stronger weapons The weapons they want was either use for protection or incase of future war Life on the trade ships was exceptionally cruel The African people were cruelly beaten and mistreated They were forces to be locked under the ships deck with hundreds of other slaves in unsanitary condition The slaves were unable to do bodily functions or get up to walk around The slave traders on the ship only fed the strong and the healthy looking peoples The peoples that were sick were to be thrownoverboard to be drown under water The slaves who tries to escaped was kill immediatelyany babies little children and some of the women were put to death The remainders of the slaves were scared
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