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Some Historical perspectives

‘The Skating Minister, a bottle of wine, and an African parrot – some aspects of Scotland’s part in the abolition of the slave trade.” Rev Iain Whyte Read it here

"Can we come out of sin 'by degrees'?" The contribution of Andrew Thomson and John Ritchie to the anti-slavery movement in Scotland 1820-1840. Iain Whyte Click here A Chattel Slave narrative: Freedom Commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Abolition of the British Slave Trade, Prof Geoff Palmer Dedicated to the memory of Robert Wedderburn one of the first black Jamaican activist...(1762 - 1835) Click here to read

Zachary Macaulay, Iain Whyte,
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The Narrative, A Poem by Geoff Palmer
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The 200th-year Anniversary of the Abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade (1807-2007)By Prof Geoff Palmer
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Scotland and Abolition, by Rev. Dr. Iain Whyte
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