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371 An Archive of Indigenous Slavery

371 An Archive of Indigenous Slavery

Update: 2023-11-14
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Long before European arrival in the Americas, Indigenous people and nations practiced enslavement. Their version of enslavement looked different from the version Christopher Columbus and his fellow Europeans practiced, but Indigenous slavery also shared many similarities with the Euro-American practice of African Chattel Slavery.

While there is no way to measure the exact impact of slavery upon the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, we do know the practice involved many millions of Indigenous people who were captured, bound, and sold as enslaved people.

Estevan Rael-Gálvez, Executive Director of Native Bound-Unbound: Archive of Indigenous Slavery, joins us to discuss the digital project Native Bound-Unbound: Archive of Indigenous Slavery.

Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/371



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371 An Archive of Indigenous Slavery

371 An Archive of Indigenous Slavery

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