Africa | Queen Nenzima of the Mangbetu people of Congo. || From the Secret Museum of Mankind Volume 2. Published 1935

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Mangbetu Queen Nenzima of the people of Congo. From the Secret Museum of Mankind Volume Published 1935

"Hutu ou Tutsi?" Et pourquoi ne jamais poser cette question....

Queen Gicanda, Tutsi people of Rwanda, Great Lakes region of central east Africa

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‘Cocoon’, a strikingly vivid editorial featuring model Jeneil Williams as photographed by Julia Noni For Vogue Germany’s September 2013 issue. You can see more of this essay across at The Libertine

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Queen Dowager Rosalie Gicanda of Rwanda. She was kidnapped and murdered in near the beginning of the Rwandan Genocide. Ela foi sequestrada e morta em no começo do genocidio de Ruanda.

African Americans were not slaves.  They were enslaved. There is a difference. Suffering was inflicted upon them for others  selfish gains. In the end, such shortsighted actions brought suffering to Caucasians as well as to African Americans. To be born a human being is a rare event in itself, and it is wise to use this opportunity as effectively and skillfully as possible... so that the happiness or glory of one person or group is not sought at the expense of others.

“Black people did not "come to this country seeking a better life.” They were kidnapped from their homes in Africa, dragged in chains and loaded onto slave ships–treated not like human beings but like things, commodities to be traded and used to.

A father stares at the hands of his five year-old daughter, which were severed as a punishment for having harvested too little rubber. This is what was happening in the Congo at the hands of the Belgians under King Leopold. Let us be clear dear people who like to claim that because their parents were immigrants to America they never benefited from the slave trade. People were taken from Africa & exported as slaves to other countries, but Africans were also enslaved & killed on the continent…

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Panos Pictures/Anti-Slavery International: Democratic Republic of the Congo. Nsala of Wala with the severed hand and foot of his five year old daughter murdered by Anglo-Belgian India Rubber company militia,

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Leopold II - The King of Belgium who deliberately starved and murdered over civilians in his private African colony of the Congo Free State, and imposed forced labor on the Congolese people to extract rubber and hunt ivory.

Belgian Congo

The caption reads: "Below: British missionaries with men holding hands severed from victims named Bolenge and Lingomo by A.

A child victim of Belgian atrocities in Congo stands with a missionary (probably Mr Wallbaum), Congo, ca. 1890-1910 Leopold II of Belgium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A child victim of Belgian atrocities in Congo stands with a missionary (probably Mr Wallbaum), Congo, ca. Leopold II of Belgium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Africa | Queen Nenzima of the Mangbetu people of Congo. || From the Secret Museum of Mankind Volume 2. Published 1935

Mangbetu people live in Central Africa, in northeastern Congo. The name Mangbetu refers, strictly speaking, only to the aristocracy, which i.

Africa | Bakutu woman. Tshuapa, Bodende, Belgian Congo (today, the Democratic Republic of Congo) | C. Lamote. ca. 1957

Body markings by different African Tribes: Bakutu woman. Tshuapa, Bodende, Belgian Congo (today, the Democratic Republic of Congo)

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