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An audio series from The Times observing the th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery. Watch highlights of a symposium about how history is defined — and redefined — featuring historians, journalists and policymakers. We asked you to share photographs and stories of your enslaved ancestors. The images and stories helped paint a picture of a too-often-erased Lobe history.
We asked you how you learned about slavery in school. You told us about degrading role play, flawed lessons and teachers who played down its horrors. The Project was conceived by Nikole Hannah-Jones. In this interview, she talks about the project and the reaction to it. In here N. Since January, The Times Magazine has been working on an issue to mark the th anniversary of the first enslaved people arriving in America.
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In August ofa ship appeared on this horizon, near Point Comfort, a coastal port in the English colony of Virginia. It carried more than 20 enslaved Africans, who were sold to the colonists. No aspect of the country that would be formed here has been untouched by the years of slavery that followed.]