Negative Effects Of The Transatlantic Slave Trade

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The Trans-Atlantic slave trade impacted and changed the world by misplacing and separating thousands of individuals from their families and homes. Thousands of people lost their lives when they were abducted and forced into slavery. Many did not survive the ship rides to the Americas. Many were murdered and tortured. Some were thrown of boats and died from diseases caught on the ship. Nonetheless, the Trans-Atlantic trade brought African culture to the Americas and the Caribbean.

The Trans-Saharan and the Trans-Atlantic slave trade have both impacted and changed the world. They both shared negative experiences for slaves. For example, families were torn apart. Women were used for sexual access for slave owners. They differ because some

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