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"Freetown is so named for a reason. Land bought from local Themne chiefs in the late 18th century became the new home for resettled freed slaves from Britain and North America, and of 'recaptives' taken off seized slave ships on the Atlantic after Britain passed...

In 1957, D.C. became the first large city in the United States to be majority Black, earning it the moniker “Chocolate City.”...

"For almost 150 years, Ghana, on Africa’s west coast, was the center of the British slave trade. Western traders arrived in ships loaded with manufactured goods to barter or trade for people to enslave."...