Amador led a major slave revolt in 1595 on the island of São Tomé that came close to…
Commonly remembered in Guadeloupe as “la mulâtresse Solitude” (“Solitude the Mulatto Woman”), Solitude has become a legendary figure…
Poet, considered a founder of African American literature, was born around 1753, probably among the Fulani peoples living…
An African woman illegally enslaved twice, first in Africa and then in Uruguay. Although it cannot be known…
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