California residents left to grapple with impacts of power outage 'You need to leave the house': Racing to escape the fast-moving wildfire in Los Angeles County How the elderly and ill are coping with
The Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace features on many a tourist trail. Now London has a new attraction: a “counter-memorial” to the horrors of colonialism, occupying pride of place in Tate Where
A group of black teenagers went searching for a sunken slave ship. It changed how they view slavery.
These black teens are scuba diving to help find sunken slave ships When 18-year-old Tristan Cannon plunges into warm waters off southern Florida in search of a sunken slave ship, he feels a complex mixture
Historians and academics have labelled a new government campaign “tone deaf” and “historically illiterate” for using images of ships used for slavery and colonisation to promote Britain’s maritime sector.
'Tone deaf' ads use slave ship images to promote UK sea-going sector | International trade | The Guardian
‘Tone deaf’ ads use slave ship images to promote UK sea-going sector Campaign accused of ignoring colonial abuses when setting out maritime industries’ future Historians and academics have labelled a government
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An Indiana middle school said Monday that it has canceled plans to have students participate in a "Slave Ship" history exercise after a public outcry. The exercise was designed to reenact the Middle Passage,