The Slave Trade
The lecture was held in the “English Classroom” of the Cathedral of Learning, a historic landmark on the university campus.
History professor Marcus Rediker lectured during a course on Colonial America at the University of Pittsburgh. He talked about the origins of the slave trade to the Americas between 1640 and the early 1800s.
The lecture was held in the “English Classroom” of the Cathedral of Learning, a historic landmark on the university campus. close
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