1) Wikipedia :The Free Encyclopedia – “Slavery”
This website was created by users. Anyone with internet access can edit or add to any of the pages in Wikipedia. Because of this, I don’t know whether or not the person writing this article about slavery is an expert in the field. It is unknown when the article was originally written, but it was last revised on August 3rd, 2010. The links are very up-to-date. The purpose of the site is to create an online encyclopedia that is improved upon quickly. There is no bias since the website is a part of a non-profit foundation. There are 181 sources for the information provided in this article. I found the website to be very useful because it had a lot of information that was delivered in an easy-to-follow summary of the institution of slavery.
2) “Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation”
This website was created by a professor in London named Dr.Brycchan Carey. He teaches English literature so although he may not be an expert in the subject of slavery, he is at research. The site was first created in November of 2000. It was last updated April 20, 2010. Every link was up-to-date and this was very helpful because the links are very relevant. This page was created in order to provide resources pertaining to slavery, abolition and emancipation. The page consists of links to resources relevant to each area of study, and each separate page has its own citations. The information provided is very useful because it covers a wide range of things pertaining to the issue of slavery
3) “African Holocaust: History of Africa restored”
This website was created by a non-profit group called Maafa which is made up of African scholars/educators. The site seeks to educate... [continues]
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