Family were part of each slave has to suffer from their slave master. They suffered when slave master abuse them, they suffered when give birth for baby, they suffered when their children sale to another place at three or four years old, and they suffered when their children died. The exploitation of slave lave for the slave master too cruel. The slave masters lose their mind when doing things too immorality for that human race. Clora generation's family has suffered for many cruel thing slave masters did for Clora mother's family, the family of Clora, and children families of Clora.
Are we present day slaves in America today? Slavery was a common thing in American Colonies. Slaves were people(African Americans for the most part) held to service labor. The slavery era ruined the lives of many families and individuals. Slavery victimized the slaves themselves, the slave holders, and the non slave holding whites.
The Atlantic Slave Trade Question: How does the absence of humanitarian concerns influence the treatment of slaves during the slave trade? Neglecting humane feelings is what influenced the terrible and horrid treatment to slaves during the slave trade. From beatings and whippings to breaking their bones, slaves were treated and considered inferior for no reason. After reading the documents, certain ones pointed out the outcomes of the absence of humanity. Document 7 reveals how these punishments were horrid and fear causing.
But what John W. Blassingame is really trying to do in this book is that slavery is so severe that it destroyed the ways the slaves lived and made them honor their masters. The book
To Be A Slave This book was a little but more unique than the other books that people are reading. There is no set character, place or setting. All the stories are broken up into different categories like, "The Auction Block" chapter where the stories that are gathered are about the slaves and how they were sold and taken away from their family. The places where most of the stories occur are in the south, places like Texas, Louisiana and Virginia. I think the plot or lesson that the stories are trying to get across is that slavery was an extremely horrible thing.
Jennifer Martinez Section 61012 Paper 1 September 26, 2014 Slavery? The Norm or Inhumane? I believe slavery victimized everyone because it damaged society spiritually and morally. What if the tables were turned? What if the Africans/African Americans were the slave owners?
Daniel McCormack History 1100-04 William G. Lewis 16 April 2012 Frederick Douglass’ Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass The life of a slave was excruciatingly difficult; they dealt with cruel, numerous whippings; they were separated from loved ones; they had to endeavor hours of harsh work for such little pay; and above all, slaves were denied freedom. These barriers causing slaves to suffer were caused by the mindlessness of white slave owners. However not all whites made slaves lives miserable, some whites helped blacks even if they weren’t abolitionists. Frederick Douglass’ Narrative is an excellent source of exemplifying the genuinely austere relations between whites and blacks and even abolitionists and slave owners.
a) Humiliation was a key aspect of many slave owners’ tactics. It was used to keep the slaves in line, reminding them that they had no power. b) Rape of the slave women by the masters was used as a way in which to humiliate both the men and women, serving to belittle the women while leaving the men powerless to protect their women. ii. When describing her experience, one former slave commented on the intense and relentless work schedule that the slaves kept.
Revelation! Slavery was a big part of the United States around the 1830’s. The whites and slave owners were very cruel to the African Americans. The made them go through long hours of tenuous work with little food and sleep. If the African Americans didn’t obey or perform to the expectations of the slave owners they were viciously beaten.
Douglass ends his main portrayal of slavery as unnatural for all involved. Douglass defines typical behavior patterns of slaveholders to portray the hurtful effects of slavery. He describes how many slave owning men have been tempted to adultery and rape, fathering children with their female slaves. This adultery jeopardized the union of the slave owner’s family, as the father is obligated to either sell or continuously punish his own child, while the slave owner’s wife becomes bitter and cruel. Douglass’s key demonstration of the corruption of slave owners is Sophia Auld, a woman who had never been a slaveholder before her husband attained Douglass.