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African slavery is a time of division it did not only impact America but this entire world in one way or another Now days for several of us it is just something one learns in text books about its cruelty and harsh concept But whom does the past existence of slavery still have an impact to this very day Through the course of decades Africans worked together to prove to society that they were also living humans with feelings and deserve the same rights as whites had to live with freedom Change is something that happens slowly its invisible to the naked eye how the process of change begins and flows to a new start It seems one can only pick out the final outcome versus piece by piece African slavery is made up to be a scaring period of time but for whom Past historical events affect very few living humans today or make up who they are However little do several of us Americans know across seas to Africa is where tribes are still affected from the passed historical events More particularly from the PBS website article titled as Slave Kingdoms An interview with Martine who shares Yes some of them and you know how if you were at my place how would you feel you know when you tell this story to somebody who will start crying and they know from you know inside of me that Im part of the history Its very sad The quote is an African women expressing her guilt she feels for her ancestors and even though its not her fault and slavery doesnt exist anymore she is still marked by the fact she is still in some form of way apart of history This is showing how much respect Africans have to this day for their ancestors and if it wasnt for their ancestors standing up for their beliefs who knows when slavery would
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