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Slavery one of the most horrible experiences for blacks in the US they were tortured and beaten They had to do anything that their owner told them Soon a man named Abraham Lincoln came to their rescue and freed the slaves Soon after Blacks gained independence they were allowed to use public bathrooms and most important their right to vote Now the blacks do not have anything to worry about but others do Black slavery is not the only type in the world There are cases in relationships Egyptian culture and some cults Some people are slaves to their own loved onesBlack men enlisting in the Armed Forces were turned away because of a Federal law that banned Negroes from barring arms The Lincoln administration stepped in on the recruitment of Black troops The fought very hard on helping the blacks earn the right to enlist A short time after the government abolished slavery and allowed the enlistment of Black soldiers By the end of the Civil War nearly 170000 black men served as soldiers in the US Army 19000 in the US Navy and nearly 5000 in the US Air Force Nearly 40000 Blacks died during the war and nearly 30000 were injured or diseased Black troops served in artillery and in infantry They performed in all combat support regiments The victory of this War ended nearly one hundred percent of slavery in the United StatesThat was the end of slavery for blacks but not all slavery was abolished There are still problems today with slavery in relationships In some relationships men can be controlling and almost Owner like They can treat their wives like a slave They do not let them leave the house unless the husband is with them They have to clean the house or else they get beat when their husband comes home from the bar There is no reason for the wives to stay with the man but they
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