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US Slave: SLAVE WHIPPING AS A BUSINESS

US Slave: SLAVE WHIPPING AS A BUSINESS

this is a terrible picture. humans in general are pretty dispicable.

this is a terrible picture. humans in general are pretty dispicable.

Black History is not a joke. If you think so I strongly suggest you unfollow this board and then unfollow me too.

Black History is not a joke. If you think so I strongly suggest you unfollow this board and then unfollow me too.

A Tea Seller, Istanbul, 1870s (Bir Osmanlı Seyyar Çaycı)

A Tea Seller, Istanbul, 1870s (Bir Osmanlı Seyyar Çaycı)

History is repetitive

History is repetitive

Selknam, Hain Ceremony, Tierra Del Fuego By Martin Gusinde, 1923

絶滅した裸族「ヤーガン族」がまるでウルトラマンや仮面ライダーの超センス

Selknam, Hain Ceremony, Tierra Del Fuego By Martin Gusinde, 1923

Slaves chained together. This was done so they couldn't run.

Slaves chained together. This was done so they couldn't run.

“Si Wa Wata Wa” (1903) #Edward S, Curtis

“Si Wa Wata Wa” (1903) #Edward S, Curtis

Weary searchers found the bullet-riddled body of Albert Gooden, 35-year-old African American, Tipton County’s first lynch victim since the Civil War near Covington, Tennessee on August 17, 1937. Gooden was seized from Sheriff W.J. Vaughan the night before while the officer was en route from Memphis, where Gooden was held for safekeeping, to Covington, where he was to face a charge a slaying an officer. (AP Photo)

Weary searchers found the bullet-riddled body of Albert Gooden, 35-year-old African American, Tipton County’s first lynch victim since the Civil War near Covington, Tennessee on August 17, 1937. Gooden was seized from Sheriff W.J. Vaughan the night before while the officer was en route from Memphis, where Gooden was held for safekeeping, to Covington, where he was to face a charge a slaying an officer. (AP Photo)

*Late 1930's - German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain. Many never saw their parents again.

*Late 1930's - German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain. Many never saw their parents again.

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