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Son of Africa

The Story of Olaudah Equiano and the Campaign Against the Slave Trade

Son of Africa

The Story of Olaudah Equiano and the Campaign Against the Slave Trade

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781851753413
Published: 29/01/2007
Equiano travelled widely and settled in England, where the infamous Zong case led him to join the campaign against the slave trade. Describing his role, this book contains information about other aspects of the campaign, such as the activities of Wilberforce and Clarkson. It gives an account of the experiences of Equiano and other African victims.

Chris Hudson

Chris Hudson lives in Sutton Coldfield and teaches at a local primary school. He has written a number of books for schools and young people published by Bible Reading Fellowship and Church House Publishing, as well as RMEP.