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Multimedia resources on Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) UN Search Home Background International Day 2022 Observance Past Observances United Nations Information Centres Stories from the Field United Nations activities around the world in 2019 United Nations activities around the world in 2018 United Nations activities around the world in 2017 United Nations activities around the world in 2016 Exhibits Us and Them: From Prejudice to Racism From Africa to the New World: Slavery in New York Remember Slavery: Say It Loud A Legacy of Black Achievement Africans in India Women and Slavery Film Series 2020: “Gorée-Almadies: Recognizing Transatlanticity” 2019: “’Bigger Than Africa” 2018: “Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places--A Global African Diaspora” 2017: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” 2015: "Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess" Films screened by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme (2010-2016) Discussions and Lectures Inclusion in the Time of COVID-19: Confronting slavery’s legacy of racism together Briefing with civil society highlights stigma, xenophobia, hate speech and racial discrimination related to COVID-19 11th Annual Global Student Videoconference The role of memorials in preserving history DPI hosts 10th Annual Global Student Videoconference on Slavery Exploring The Ark of Return during Kwanzaa celebration at African Burial Ground National Monument United Nations Remember Slavery Programme and Partners Recognize People of African Descent at events in Washington, D.C. (...) Memunatu Pratt, Minister of Tourism and Culture of Sierra Leone, visits the Ark of Return Essence Gant, BuzzFeed Beauty Director, visits the Ark of Return Ramin Ganeshram, Executive Director of the Westport Museum for History and Culture, sheds light on the little-known history of slavery in Westport and the exhibit “Remembered: The History of African Americans in Westport” Ross from St.
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Events on Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Socio-Economic Contributions of People of African Descent Resistance to and the Impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade The Musical Journey of the African Diaspora From Bunce Island to the Americas Truth: Women, Creativity and Memory of Slavery UNESCO: General History of Africa Project Other Special Events University of West Indies event Multimedia Permanent Memorial at the United Nations Visits to the Ark of Return President of Equatorial Guinea, 5 February 2019 Sierra Leone Minister, 10 May 2019 Harlem Globetrotters, 21 November 2019 US Congressional Black Caucus, 2 December 2019 Martin Luther King III, 16 December 2019 Resources International Decade for People of African Descent UN Home Global Student Videoconference brings together students from Africa and the Americas to discuss role of art in remembering slavery and promoting justice “Remember Slavery: The Power of the Arts for Justice” was the theme of the eleventh annual United Nations Remember Slavery Global Student Videoconference, held on 10 May 2019 at United Nations Headquarters in New York. The event was organized by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme, which is managed by the Department of Global Communications’ Education Outreach Section, in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Associated Schools Network, and Links, Inc., a youth branch affiliated with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
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Events on Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) The event, organized by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme in partnership with Fordham University, was one in a series on Women and Slavery , the 2015 theme chosen by the United Nations to honour the struggle of enslaved women during the Transatlantic Slave Trade and their heroic efforts to resist the institution of slavery and pass on their rich cultural heritage from Africa to their children.  (...) In her opening remarks, Kimberly Mann, Chief, Education Outreach Section of the Department of Public Information, told the packed auditorium, which included UN staff and diplomats as well as faculty and students, about the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme’s commitment to help young people learn from this history in order to help fight racism and prejudice today. 
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Events on Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) UN Search Home Background International Day 2022 Observance Past Observances United Nations Information Centres Stories from the Field United Nations activities around the world in 2019 United Nations activities around the world in 2018 United Nations activities around the world in 2017 United Nations activities around the world in 2016 Exhibits Us and Them: From Prejudice to Racism From Africa to the New World: Slavery in New York Remember Slavery: Say It Loud A Legacy of Black Achievement Africans in India Women and Slavery Film Series 2020: “Gorée-Almadies: Recognizing Transatlanticity” 2019: “’Bigger Than Africa” 2018: “Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places--A Global African Diaspora” 2017: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” 2015: "Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess" Films screened by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme (2010-2016) Discussions and Lectures Inclusion in the Time of COVID-19: Confronting slavery’s legacy of racism together Briefing with civil society highlights stigma, xenophobia, hate speech and racial discrimination related to COVID-19 11th Annual Global Student Videoconference The role of memorials in preserving history DPI hosts 10th Annual Global Student Videoconference on Slavery Exploring The Ark of Return during Kwanzaa celebration at African Burial Ground National Monument United Nations Remember Slavery Programme and Partners Recognize People of African Descent at events in Washington, D.C. (...) Designed by architect Rodney Leon, the United Nations Permanent Memorial to Honour the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade was unveiled on 25 March 2015, following an international design competition. The Remember Slavery Programme offers free briefings at the Ark of Return every Wednesday from March to November, except during September’s General Debate period.
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Events on Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) David explained that the theme “Remember Slavery: Recognizing the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent” was chosen to guide the 2017 activities and products of the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme. (...) An exhibit produced by the Department’s Education Outreach Section titled Remember Slavery: Recognition, Justice and Development to mark the Programme’s tenth anniversary and highlight the objectives of the Decade was displayed at both events.  
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Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) UN Search Home Background International Day 2022 Observance Past Observances United Nations Information Centres Stories from the Field United Nations activities around the world in 2019 United Nations activities around the world in 2018 United Nations activities around the world in 2017 United Nations activities around the world in 2016 Exhibits Us and Them: From Prejudice to Racism From Africa to the New World: Slavery in New York Remember Slavery: Say It Loud A Legacy of Black Achievement Africans in India Women and Slavery Film Series 2020: “Gorée-Almadies: Recognizing Transatlanticity” 2019: “’Bigger Than Africa” 2018: “Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places--A Global African Diaspora” 2017: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” 2015: "Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess" Films screened by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme (2010-2016) Discussions and Lectures Inclusion in the Time of COVID-19: Confronting slavery’s legacy of racism together Briefing with civil society highlights stigma, xenophobia, hate speech and racial discrimination related to COVID-19 11th Annual Global Student Videoconference The role of memorials in preserving history DPI hosts 10th Annual Global Student Videoconference on Slavery Exploring The Ark of Return during Kwanzaa celebration at African Burial Ground National Monument United Nations Remember Slavery Programme and Partners Recognize People of African Descent at events in Washington, D.C. (...) In addition to showing the exhibit in English at United Nations Headquarters, the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme created traveling versions in Arabic, French, Kiswahili, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, for use by the global network of United Nations Information Centres and Resident Coordinator Offices in their activities to commemorate the International Day.
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Events on Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) The next step in this musical journey is to document the African origins of these art forms. That process of remembering will help people recognize the creativity and contributions of Africans while enjoying the music that they have adopted today as their own. (...) She said the creativity and innovation African slaves used under unbearable conditions to remember their musical traditional was miraculous, “It was understanding spirit,” she added.
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UN Search Home Background International Day 2022 Observance Past Observances United Nations Information Centres Stories from the Field United Nations activities around the world in 2019 United Nations activities around the world in 2018 United Nations activities around the world in 2017 United Nations activities around the world in 2016 Exhibits Us and Them: From Prejudice to Racism From Africa to the New World: Slavery in New York Remember Slavery: Say It Loud A Legacy of Black Achievement Africans in India Women and Slavery Film Series 2020: “Gorée-Almadies: Recognizing Transatlanticity” 2019: “’Bigger Than Africa” 2018: “Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places--A Global African Diaspora” 2017: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” 2015: "Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess" Films screened by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme (2010-2016) Discussions and Lectures Inclusion in the Time of COVID-19: Confronting slavery’s legacy of racism together Briefing with civil society highlights stigma, xenophobia, hate speech and racial discrimination related to COVID-19 11th Annual Global Student Videoconference The role of memorials in preserving history DPI hosts 10th Annual Global Student Videoconference on Slavery Exploring The Ark of Return during Kwanzaa celebration at African Burial Ground National Monument United Nations Remember Slavery Programme and Partners Recognize People of African Descent at events in Washington, D.C. The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Socio-Economic Contributions of People of African Descent Resistance to and the Impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade The Musical Journey of the African Diaspora From Bunce Island to the Americas Truth: Women, Creativity and Memory of Slavery UNESCO: General History of Africa Project Other Special Events University of West Indies event Multimedia Permanent Memorial at the United Nations Visits to the Ark of Return President of Equatorial Guinea, 5 February 2019 Sierra Leone Minister, 10 May 2019 Harlem Globetrotters, 21 November 2019 US Congressional Black Caucus, 2 December 2019 Martin Luther King III, 16 December 2019 Resources International Decade for People of African Descent UN Home Film series 2020: “Gorée-Almadies: Recognizing Transatlanticity” 2019: “’Bigger Than Africa” 2018: “Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places--A Global African Diaspora” 2017: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” 2015: "Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess" Films screened by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme (2010-2016) Copyright | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice | Site Index | Fraud Alert | Contact Us UN Web Services Section, Department of Global Communications , © United Nations
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Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) UN Search Home Background International Day 2022 Observance Past Observances United Nations Information Centres Stories from the Field United Nations activities around the world in 2019 United Nations activities around the world in 2018 United Nations activities around the world in 2017 United Nations activities around the world in 2016 Exhibits Us and Them: From Prejudice to Racism From Africa to the New World: Slavery in New York Remember Slavery: Say It Loud A Legacy of Black Achievement Africans in India Women and Slavery Film Series 2020: “Gorée-Almadies: Recognizing Transatlanticity” 2019: “’Bigger Than Africa” 2018: “Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places--A Global African Diaspora” 2017: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” 2015: "Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess" Films screened by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme (2010-2016) Discussions and Lectures Inclusion in the Time of COVID-19: Confronting slavery’s legacy of racism together Briefing with civil society highlights stigma, xenophobia, hate speech and racial discrimination related to COVID-19 11th Annual Global Student Videoconference The role of memorials in preserving history DPI hosts 10th Annual Global Student Videoconference on Slavery Exploring The Ark of Return during Kwanzaa celebration at African Burial Ground National Monument United Nations Remember Slavery Programme and Partners Recognize People of African Descent at events in Washington, D.C. (...) This exhibition was produced by the Remember Slavery Programme in partnership with the Memorial to the Abolition of Slavery in Nantes, France, which published an extensive account of women and slavery in its exhibition "Dix Femmes Puissantes".
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Remember Slavery: Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade Go to menu Go to page content Welcome to the United Nations. (...) The opening was one of several events organized by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme to mark the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. The theme of this year's commemoration is "Remember Slavery: The Power of the Arts for Justice".
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