Beyond “Bridgerton”: Facing Up to Slavery in Europe – YES! Magazine

Otele, vice-president of Britain’s Royal Historical Society, meticulously reconstructs the lives of forgotten African Europeans, tracing the intercontinental thread of anti-Blackness from Greco-Roman times to the present. African Europeans is arranged more or less chronologically, but I found myself reflecting on how place shapes anti-Blackness, an ideological virus that mutates and adapts to various contexts and has spread globally.

Source: Beyond “Bridgerton”: Facing Up to Slavery in Europe – YES! Magazine

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