Slavery and Abolition
Commemorating Abolition 200: 1807 to 2007
Extensive information about the history and legacy of the slave trade and its abolition, includes a children's section and a focus on abolition movements across the country.
Information about Bristol and the slave trade, and the city's abolition movement.
Information about Cornwall's links to the slave trade, and particularly the sugar boycott of the late 18th-century.
Information outlining Devon’s connections to the slave trade and the abolition movement, including Hawkins, plantation owners and the Quaker movement.
Information about Dorset's connections to the slave trade and its legacy, including an exploration of the county's hidden black history and slavery and reconciliation.
Information about Gloucestershire's links to the slave trade and abolition, including about the filming of "Amazing Grace", the story of William Wilberforce and his parliamentary struggle.
Information about Somerset's association with slavery and abolition.
News and information about the campaigning organisation, with information about slavery and the slave trade in history, and in the present-day in all its forms.
Educational resource from Anti-Slavery International, providing information about the transatlantic slave trade.
Educational resource from the National Maritime Museum
providing information about the slave trade and its legacy, with sections headed Triangular trade, Oppression and survival, Resistance, Abolition and Impact.
Information about Bristol's role in the slave trade, looking at slave routes, the people involved, the abolition movement and the impact upon that city.
Information about Liverpool's role in the slave trade, exploring both the trade itself and abolition in the city, and the legacy left behind.
Information about London's role in the slave trade, with sections headed The Elizabethan slave trade, 17th-century expansion, 18th-century peak, The Horror of the slave trade, The Rights of Africans in Britain, The Abolition campaigns and Final balance sheet.
Set All Free is created by Churches Together in England, putting the slave trade, abolition and legacy, and present-day slavery in a Christian context.
Poems, biographies of abolitionists, and separate sections dedicated to Olaudah Equiano, Ignatius Sancho and Quobna Ottobah Cugoano.
The story of Plymouth’s connection with the slave trade and the abolition movement, including sections about Hawkins' slavery voyages, Quakers and the local Abolition Committee, and national abolitionist figures, including Equiano and Clarkson, associated with Plymouth. Includes also a list of books about the slave trade and abolition available in Plymouth Libraries.
The site includes content on slavery, abolition, the Civil War, and the slave trade, as well as a comprehensive listing of resources and links for further study. Also included are sections on African-American genealogy, Images, Maps, and 'Hard to believe - but true' items.
Educational pages from the Merseyside Maritime Museum looking at the slave trade, life in Africa before the arrival of European slavers, the transatlantic journey, and arrival in the Americas.
Resource from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport for educators teaching the transatlantic slave trade to Key Stage 3 and 4 students.
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