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    Slavery: Middle Passage

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    The condition of the African slaves during the middle passage was horrible. Men suffered greatly than women, as they were chained together shoulder to shoulder. The slaves were given food once or twice a day. Women were given freedom of movement because they were less in threat compared to men. They were allowed to go out of deck for cooking, but often were harassed. The sufferings of the slaves were so great that some of them die due to diseases while others commit suicide by sheer depression

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    The condition of the African slaves during the middle passage was horrible. Men suffered greatly than women, as they were ...

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    This is a solution about the middle passage, a part of the long journey of the African slaves to America. It also describes about the sufferings of both men and women.

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