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a| Nettleford, Rex.
a| The trans-atlantic slave trade and slavery h| [electronic resource] / c| Rex Nettleford.
a| New York : b| United Nations, c| 2008.
a| 1 online resource (3 pages)
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a| computer b| c 2| rdamedia
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a| The Caribbean is arguably the living laboratory of the dynamism of the encounters between Africa and Europe on foreign soil, and both with the Native American who had inhabited the real estate of the Americas during periods of conquest and dehumanization and the corresponding process of struggle and resistance. For these purposes, northeast Brazil with its iconic centre in Bahia, New Orleans and all of the eastern littoral of North America, referred to as Plantation America, constitute along with the island-Caribbean the geo-cultural area that houses a civilization with its own inner logic and inner consistency.
a| Human Rights and Refugees
a| United Nations
a| UN iLibrary.
t| UN Chronicle g| Vol. 44, no. 3, p. 10-12 q| 44:3<10 x| 15643913