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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.
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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. (...) Welcoming the group was Maher Nasser, Director of the United Nations Department of Global Communications’ Outreach Division, who briefed the group about the memorial and the work of the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme. Rodney Leon described the three elements of the memorial: Acknowledge the Tragedy, Consider the Legacy, and Lest We Forget.
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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 was organized by the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme, and the International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024. ( Watch the Discussion .) (...) She added, "through the Remember Slavery Programme, we are focused on celebrating the gains of people of African descent from slavery to the present, while acknowledging the present challenges on their path towards freedom and equality--our common path."
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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. (...) That is why [the Ark of Return] makes us remember – so that humanity becomes more perfect, and there is harmony, there is sharing, there is respect for human beings.
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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.
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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 Roundtable Discussion Remembering Slavery: From Bunce Island to the Americas  A group photo of panellists and speakers from today's special event on the occasion of the International Day of Remembrance of Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade (UN Photo/Rick Bajornas)   24 March 2016 -- Tens of thousands of African slaves were captured and transported to the Americas from Bunce Island, Sierra Leone during the transatlantic slave trade. (...) Titled “ The Transatlantic Slave Trade: Constructing New Amistad, Bunce Island, Gullah, Maroon and Nova Scotia Bridges,” the event was co-sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Jamaica to the United Nations, the Sierra Leone Monuments and Relics Commission and the United Nations Remember Slavery Programme. H.E. Mr. Vandi Chidi Minah, Permanent Representative of Sierra Leone to the United Nations, explained that building bridges can help commemorate the shift from enslavement to comprehensive cultural and political emancipation for people of colour.  (...) Diouf, who moderated the panel. Remembering history comes with a responsibility to the present and future, Dr.
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I can't remember the others. Q. Whose name do you remember? (...) Q. Do you remember when this was? A. I don't remember that any longer, but I do remember that I think it was the day before they took Page 1694 us to Miljevina. (...) I remember that time. Kovac, I don't remember that Kovac ever hit me.
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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. (...) Participants were gathered for a lecture event entitled “Resistance to and the Impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade”, which was hosted by the Department of Public Information’s Remember Slavery Programme and the Dag Hammarskjöld Library. (...) She also underscored the importance of using the term “enslaved peoples” as opposed to just “slaves” in order to remember the victims’ humanity and not fall into the trap of thinking of them as goods that were bought and sold.
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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. (...) It also sheds light on the slave trade in the Indian Ocean and the history of Africa and its Diaspora in India. The Remember Slavery Programme produced a travelling version of the exhibition in Arabic, Dutch, English, French, Hindi, Portuguese and Spanish, for display by United Nations Information Centres around the world in observance of the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
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