John Newton Thoughts African Slave Trade 1787

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John Newton Thoughts African Slave Trade 1787 
For weeks, months, sometimes as long as a year, they waited in the dungeons of the slave factories scattered along Africa's western coast. They had already made the long, difficult journey from Africa's interior -- but just barely. Out of the roughly 20 million who were taken from their homes and sold into slavery, half didn't complete the journey to the African coast, most of those dying along the way. Despite the captain's desire to keep as many slaves as possible alive, Middle Passage mortality rates were high. Although it's difficult to determine how many Africans died en route to the new world, it is now believed that between ten and twenty percent of those transported lost their lives. This is a non-profit broadcast and will likely run for 8-10 years in a major national organization.

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2016-02-29 16:58:33 GMT
2016-03-09 07:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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The despondency which seizes their spirits, when thus confined, soom becomes fatal. . . every morning, perhaps more instances than one are found, of the living and the dead . . . fastened together 
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