Slave Resistance

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Slave Resistance 13:12 Forms of slaves resistance  Worked slowly  Pretending illness Pretending ignorance Mistreatment of masters children  Deliberate carelessness (active resistance ) Stealing (active) Fighting back (active) Self mutilation (active) Revolt (active) Murdering the whites on the plantation (active) Marronage (running away in groups) Maroon; n (runaway person) Cimarron’s ( afro-Latino people / community )    Palenque cumbe ( Spanish maroon communities ) quilombo mocambo (Brazilian maroon communities) palmares(palm trees) est. in NE Brazil in 1605. Considered a black republic. It survived  for over a 100yrs. At least 5,000 up 30,000 Jamaican Maroon communities Jamaican went from Spanish to English. They created their own maroon communities  during the chaos and they lasted until the freedom of slaves. Petit maroonage: small groups that would abandoned the plantation and return later. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course AFRO 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Howard.

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