Reparation for slaves
Debate: Should Americans Pay Reparations to Descendants of Slaves?
With the settlement of the new America, slavery shortly followed. Around the sixteenth century, the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade began with ships traveling from Britain, to West Africa, and then to the Eastern coast of the present day United States. These Africans were transported in an unsanitary and abrasive atmosphere. When they arrived in the New World, the conditions were not much better. For three hundred years, they were forced to perform tedious tasks, work without receiving wages, live in shacks, and have no freed…
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