The transatlantic slave trade resulted in a vast and as yet still unknown loss of life for African captives both in and outside of America. Approximately 1.2 - 2.4 million Africans died during their transport to the New World. More died soon upon their arrival. The amount of life lost in the actual procurement of slaves remains a mystery but may equal or exceed the amount actually enslaved.
The savage nature of the trade led to the destruction of individuals and cultures. The following figures do not include deaths of enslaved Africans as a result of their actual labor, slave revolts or diseases they caught while living among New World populations.
A database compiled in the late 1990s put the figure for the transatlantic slave trade at more than 11 million people. For a long time an accepted figure was 15 million, although this has in recent years been revised down. Most historians now agree that at least 12 million slaves left the continent between the 15th and 19th century, but 10 to 20% died on board ships. Thus a figure of 11 million enslaved people transported to the Americas is the nearest demonstrable figure historians can produce. Besides the slaves who died on the Middle Passage itself, even more slaves probably died in the slave raids in Africa. The death toll from four centuries of the Atlantic slave trade is estimated at 10 million.
Free African Americans threatened the institution of slavery.
based on race.tolerated by many americans
There was aproximately 180,000 African Americans who died in the civil war
about 54,627,892 African Americans
They were not forced into slavery , because of the imperialism at the time Africa was taken over by many European countries & the people of Africa were forced into slavery by being sold . African Americans weren't the only slaves.
The answer is 130 years
They were fighting to end slavery.
To most African Americans the Civil War was a way to become free from slavery. After the Civil War blacks would no longer have to be in slavery, and this is why many African Americans signed up to fight for the Union army. They found this war as an opportunity to have rights, and become a citizen. African Americans fought to show that they did have loyalty to the North.
A Lot of them. Now slavery is illegal and now there are no more slaves in north America
By the time that slavery ended, there were many free African Americans. When they heard of the end of slavery, they were happy, that their people were free and were not going to be treated as badly as they had been.
I know many, many blacks, and none of them hate themselves because of their distant past.
Dial is an Anglo-Saxon name but there are also many African Americans with the name Dial. During the days of slavery, many slaves were given the last names of their "masters," so that explains why so many African Americans have that name.
Because of the horrors of slavery and dehumanization of African Americans' ancestors many haven't a record of their family line and connection to where they are truly from. Some say parts of West Africa, based on DNA, but not all are entirely trusting of that.
There were many different effects that World War One had on African Americans. Some of which were good, and some that were bad. African Americans had just been freed from slavery not to long ago. They were however segregated because of their color. Most African Americans had trouble voting and most people would blame them for crimes that they did not do.
They died from hunger, the hardships of slavery, and disease.
African Americans had limited means of working to end slavery. Many did however rebel against their masters and attended secret meetings where information would be passed along concerning the US Civil War efforts. Plans were also made as to how African Americans could escape to the free states.
The Great Migration to the North by six million African-Americans, who had for the most part, remained in the south after slavery, was one of the largest migrations in history. African-Americans headed north for industrial job opportunities. By the end of the migration, African-Americans had become an urban group with more than 80% living in cities.
because many African Americans and other races of people disagreed with slavery they came together to end it and as the population of anti slavery increased began the abolitionist movement began
African Americans died in ww2the answer must include navy messmen,92nd in Italy,761st tank divsion,Tuskegee airmen,93rd in the pacific and the port Chicago accident,plus other smaller incidents.my best guest is between 2000 to 3000 African Americans died during ww2
In the Battle of Long Island there were 993 African Americans wounded, 364 killed, 31 missing, and 1,000 captured.
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