Akoa - Collins 1 Tiara Collins Collins AFRAS101 September...

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Collins 1 Tiara Collins Collins AFRAS101 September 29, 2010 The Akoa As a human being, we all deserve a certain level of respect and acknowledgment as a living being. As most people know, this was completely disregarded, for the most part, when it came to American servitude. Conversely, in pre-sixteenth Africa, slavery was milder in nature. Pre-sixteenth slavery was not paradise, however it was humane and allowed the slaves political and social flexibility. In comparison to how Africans were captured for the trans-Atlantic slave trade, African internal slavery shared some of the same techniques, however, it was not as brutal. Raiding, Kidnapping and market supply are the techniques African internal slavery shares with American slavery shared. Through market supply, slaves were able to be purchased by member of royalty and free individuals. In Africa, most of the markets were located along the trans-Saharan route. Kidnapping and raiding was common in all regions in Africa, institutionalized in Bambara society and was sometimes a state affair. Other techniques that were used to acquire slave in the Africa’s internal slavery was
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2011 for the course AFRAS 101 taught by Professor Collins during the Fall '10 term at San Diego State.

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Akoa - Collins 1 Tiara Collins Collins AFRAS101 September...

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