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dema alrubaie & Leigh capillan

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What in your opinion is the worst part of the middle passage?
What should be done today as an after-effect of the middle passage?
Everyone should be treated equally no matter religion and race.No one can change the past and the outcome of the slave trade was a lesson for all America.
Conclusion
Why is it important for students to learn about the middle passage?
The middle passage is important because it shows how America evolved through the 1400's to now, and the slave trade was a big part of american history.
The worst part of the middle passage in my opinion was the walk to the ships. Kidnapped africans were forced to walk in death-like conditions. Forced to walk barefoot for 500 miles and this trip took approximately 8 months.
Transatlantic slave trade
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