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Win a copy of our new Transatlantic Slavery book

29 September 2010 by davidl

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Transatlantic Slavery: An Introduction

Our new publication Transatlantic Slavery: An Introduction has hit the shelves. 

The book draws on the wealth of material held by the International Slavery Museum and tells of the 400-year period in which at least 12 million Africans were taken into slavery in the largest forced migration in human history. With a foreword by Reverend Jesse Jackson it’s an excellent introduction to the subject.

With Black History Month just around the corner, it’s a fitting time for the launch of the book which examines an important chapter in Black history. Don’t forget to check our special programme of free events throughout October.

Just answer this simple question to win a copy of Transatlantic Slavery: An Introduction. Which artist painted ‘The Hunted Slaves’, on display in the Legacies section of the International Slavery Museum and featured in this new book?  Send us your answer with your name and address using this contact form. The deadline for entries is noon on Friday 15 October, 2010.

If you’re not lucky enough to win a copy, you can buy your own at our online shop.

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