Archivists Rush to Digitize Sierra Leone’s Slavery Records

Robert Valencia
Apr 6, 2019 - 5:00
Archivists Rush to Digitize Sierra Leone's Slavery Records

A group of professors and researchers are working expeditiously to collect information and research about historic enslavement — which is mostly found in books, museums, or websites — in Sierra Leone. A report from Public Radio International (PRI) indicated that a bevy of scholars have been flocking to the African nation since the...

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