Read Critical Lessons in Slavery and the slave trade pages 1-36. Write two pages paper answering the following questions. The paper should be written in Times New Roman (12 point font); double spaced.
Read Critical Lessons in Slavery and the slave trade pages 1-36. Write two pages paper answering the following questions. The paper should be written in Times New Roman (12 point font); double space-d. 1. What were Europeans first impressions of African people? 2. How did the African slave trade get starte-d? What kep-t it alive? 3. How did Europeans justify the enslavement of Africans? Was the justification mad-e prior to the beginning of the slave trade or after it? In what manner di-d the Portuguese establish themselves on the west coast of Africa? What wer-e their relations with the Africans there?
4. What events inside Africa itself mad-e her vulnerable to the slave trade? Approximately how many people were take-n from Africa during the years of the African slave trade? 5. What evidence tends to support the assumption that Africans were in the Americas hundreds of years before Columbus? 6. What was the role of Christianity in the development of the American slave system? 7. Who wer-e Gabriel Prosser, Denmark Vesey, and Nat Turner? What is the significance or their acts?
For this essay, we will investigate these unwritten or unspoken rules and see what can happen when we break them. For example, an elevator provides many opportunities to break unwritten rules. People normally do not talk to strangers in an elevator; they usually go to the back and then face forward. What happen if we don’t follow these standard protocols? No one has told us to do this, yet we still follow these rules.
Follow MLA guidelines. Your paper should include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Also, support your answers with the course’s readings and at least two scholarly journal articles. The article’s purpose is to support your positions, claims, and observations, in addition to your textbook.
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