Reckoning with Legacies of Slavery and Slave Trade
Slave-ship resistance and rebellion
An Atlantic Life
To the Americas and back
Picturing the Past
Enslaved people and portraiture
Slavery and freedom in Africa and America
Preserving the Afro-Peruvian past
Between Horror and Hope
Middle passages from Africa to America
A collaboration of UNESCO’s Slave Route Project, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, and dozens of sites and museums across the globe, Slavery and Remembrance aims to broaden our understandings of a shared past shaped by slavery and slave trade, the ways in which we collectively remember and forget, and the power of legacies to forge our present and future.
Sites & Museums Across the Globe
- San Severino Castle
- Barbados Museum and Historical Society
- Angerona Coffee Plantation, Artemisa
- Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park
- Historic Trinidad: the Urban Center and the Valley of the Sugar Factories
- The Slave Route—Traces of Memory in Guadeloupe
Examine objects, structures, landscapes, and culture from more than 50 sites and museums.
Meet people who experienced slavery and slave trade.
Investigate the ideas, places, and events that made an Atlantic world.