End Of Slavery

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Beginning and the End of Slavery Slavery has been around since the beginning of time. Humans owning other Humans has been a pandemic in this world. It’s been seen in almost every civilization and society ever found. It has also been referenced in various religions. The United States has also had its’ own issues with slavery. In 1619, the Dutch introduced the first captured Africans to America, planting the seeds of a slavery system that evolved into a nightmare of abuse and cruelty that would later divide the nation. Americans even went as far as taking slaves from their homelands. Luckily after a very long and excruciating time Slavery came to an end in the United States. Slavery was known in almost every ancient civilization and society…show more content…
These laws also stopped them from marrying white people and also made it so that any children born to slaves became slaves too.This lead to two centuries and a half of slavery, until 1863 when Abraham lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation freeing Slaves in confederate States, Two years later the Thirteenth Amendment is passed putting an end to Slavery in the United States. In America despite the abolishment of slavery it was nearly impossible to shake of the notion of being ex-slaves and although on paper they were not anymore, this is how they were still viewed and treated. The discriminating Jim Crow laws still existed restricting voting rights, education rights, access to trade unions and the ability to serve on juries. There was also many white folks who disagreed with the end of slavery and took action into their own hand creating a group which attacked, raped, and even killed black people. This group became known as the Ku Klux Klan, and even though it’s not as bad as before they are still around…show more content…
There is always people people talking about learning from the past yet no one has ever put Slavery down like they should, all the pain that’s been seen in various societies and civilizations over the years, even religions christianity the most followed religion in the world even says it is not okay to mistreat slaves, in Ephesians 6:9 “And masters, treat your slaves in the same way. Do not threaten them, since you know that he who is both their Master and yours is in heaven, and there is no favoritism with him”. yet the abuse and cruelty has never stopped. Humans should all gather together and realize that no matter what religion you follow or what your believes are be it a God or evolution we are all human and nothing justifies Slavery in the
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