Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust: Slavery and by John Henrik Clarke

By John Henrik Clarke

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Some slaves with talent rose to be kings in the very house in which they had been slaves. The word slave in West Africa had an entirely different meaning than it had when used by the Europeans. The slave in Africa did not lose her/his humanity. Some African chiefs or kings became corrupt and went into the slave trade because they wanted to. The Europeans sold firearms to one African group to either protect themselves or capture another group. The European gunpowder, rum and cheap bric-a-brac coming from the embryo of what will eventually become the European Industrial Revolution, was traded for slaves.

The American slave system operated almost like the American brokerage system. If a person bought twenty slaves at the beginning of the week, and found himself short of cash at the end of the week, he might, if the price was right, sell ten. These men might be resold within a few days. The family, the most meaningful entity in African life, was systematically and deliberately destroyed. But in South America, the slave managed to stay in his group and therefore preserved some of his cultural continuity.

Five came on board and I ordered them to be detained. They are now here. I a£terward~ sent to a house on the western side of the river, and seized seven women, old and young, and three children. " 66 THE FORCED MIGRATION The following comment is taken from a speech, lilt's Time We Our History," by David R. Stiddem at the first celebraof African American Culture and History at Stratford High, Tennessee and published in CALC Report, March 1990, "When we begin to rethink our history, ~e understand why history books were wrong.

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