Students explore issues around how we remember the Transatlantic Slave Trade by designing an exhibition from the point of view of a modern-day interest group. They are divided into three groups to represent different current perspectives on slavery - education officers, charities working against modern-day slavery and an African-Caribbean campaign group. Specific questions and source of information are provided for each group.
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