In the U.S. its been proposed that the slaves were indeed not treated cruel, for they were expensive and hard to get. First off blacks had no say in where they went and were often kidnapped from villages and shipped to the Southern colonies, etc. They were sold like cattle on auction blocks. The above is partially true, but during slavery in the deep South slaves were flogged and sometimes killed in a gruesome way to leave a sign to other slaves what would happen to them if they were to flee the plantation. However, there were some Plantation Owners who did treat their slaves quite well and in some cases often would let them have a piece of land to work on their own. If a slave was caught trying to learn to read they were severely punished. The people of the South were terrified that knowledge could create the blacks to revolt against them because blacks out-numbered the whites during these times. It wasn't until President Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves that they were truly free, but were they? The South was divided against this and even though a slave could have papers from their Master saying they were free other Southerners did not take kindly to it so not much had changed and it was a hard life for the slaves. Thus, the Canadian Underground Railroad came into effect to help blacks escape slavery. Even some Southern people helped to relocate these people. Some slaves even though freed chose to stay in the only life they knew and that was to work for the Plantation Owner. It wasn't until the late 50s that Blacks were taken seriously and some changes were made to initiate blacks into the American culture.
cruelty? There was nothing good about slavery.
When mankind is dead. Slavery is a very old tradition, as is cruelty of man to man. The odds of ending it are high.
It portrayer the cruelty of slavery
Democracy was introduced so that everyone had freedom and was not subject to cruelty by higher authorities. Slavery completely contradicts these guidelines.
Some examples of slavery are a form of racism. Some examples of slavery are a form of sexism. Some examples of slavery are a means of exerting power. Slavery has a very long history dating back as far as human societies. Slavery has historically taken many forms.
Because the north realized its cruelty and the south's economy DEPENDED on slavery and for the slaves to work in the feilds
it described the cruelty and suffering experienced by slaves
observing the cruelty of slave auctions
he wrote the noli me tangere to awaken under the slavery and cruelty of spaniards.
I would guess that all major religions are against cruelty to animals, as they are generally against cruelty period. Treat our animals well, they feed us, transport us, clothe us, and provide beasts of burden as well as faithful companions.
they attempted to end slavery by hiding slaves in their house and helping them escape slavery through the underground railroad. the underground railroad was an escape route for slaves to escape the harsh cruelty of slavery. the underground railroad is not a railroad underground.
Examples: If you are pro slavery, then you like slavery. The Confederacy was pro slavery during the civil war.
legal slavery no.....slavery yes
observing the cruelty of slave auctions
No it is considered animal cruelty
The 13th Amendment officially ended the slavery in the US
Well, I'm not really sure....but, Canadian Slavery stopped way before US Slavery. That's all I know...
Unfortunately, the question of animal cruelty does not fall under the umbrella of expertise. It is a question of individual, community, and national moral principles. Animal cruelty, like other forms of cruelty including slavery, child and spousal abuse, the death penalty and war are controversial issues which evolve in a cultural context over time. It depends upon legal policies of what or whom is included into the moral sphere that encompasses the rights of an individual or group:What is acceptable by a society today (i,e slavery) may be deemed horrendous tomorrow.
Well theres ASPCA to help fight against Animal Cruelty..
The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution abolished slavery.
Maryland was the first US state to support slavery.