How Belfast stood up to the slave trade

‘That the Africans are an inferior link in the grand chain of nature is a prejudice, which has been indulged in and propagated by Europeans, especially in modern times, from considerations peculiarly sordid and contemptible; the fact is that the mental faculties of the n******* are by no means of a subordinate description to those ofContinue reading “How Belfast stood up to the slave trade”