By:                                         Nadia del 0lmo                                         Noemí Serrano          ...
THIS MUSEUM EXPLORES:                How there are                permanent                consequences for               ...
EVERYBODY STARTS   SEARCHING
WRITING A QUOTE FROM   THE FREEDOM & ENSLAVEMENT WALL
LIFE IN WEST AFRICABEFORE TRANSATLANTIC       SLAVERYOBI: man’smeeting house.
WEST AFRICAN THINGS FORPreparing food. Wearing.                  Tools.
How and why did transatlantic       slavery happen?• The transatlantic  slave trade started  because Europeans  needed wor...
Life in the Americas• What was life like on the plantations?
Plantation lifeWhat was life like on the plantations.
Fight for freedom• Racism and discrimination:
Contemporary slavery
THE STORY OFTRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY IS   A FUNDAMENTAL ANDTRAGIC HUMAN STORY THAT   MUST BE TOLD AND NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
THIS STORY HAS BEEN NEGLECTEDBY TOO MANYAND  FOR TOO LONG             .
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International slavery museum [modo de compatibilidad]

  1. 1. By: Nadia del 0lmo Noemí Serrano Laura GómezThis is the first museum in the world Bosco Graciato deal with transatlantic slavery andits legacies.
  2. 2. THIS MUSEUM EXPLORES: How there are permanent consequences for people living in Africa, the Caribean, North and South America and West Europe.How millionsof africanswere forcedinto slavery.
  3. 3. EVERYBODY STARTS SEARCHING
  4. 4. WRITING A QUOTE FROM THE FREEDOM & ENSLAVEMENT WALL
  5. 5. LIFE IN WEST AFRICABEFORE TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERYOBI: man’smeeting house.
  6. 6. WEST AFRICAN THINGS FORPreparing food. Wearing. Tools.
  7. 7. How and why did transatlantic slavery happen?• The transatlantic slave trade started because Europeans needed workers for their colonies in the Americas.
  8. 8. Life in the Americas• What was life like on the plantations?
  9. 9. Plantation lifeWhat was life like on the plantations.
  10. 10. Fight for freedom• Racism and discrimination:
  11. 11. Contemporary slavery
  12. 12. THE STORY OFTRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY IS A FUNDAMENTAL ANDTRAGIC HUMAN STORY THAT MUST BE TOLD AND NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
  13. 13. THIS STORY HAS BEEN NEGLECTEDBY TOO MANYAND FOR TOO LONG .

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