No It’s Not “Slaves,” It’s “Enslaved” and There’s a Big Difference

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Toussaint L’ouverture wouldn’t have rebelled if he believed he was a “slave”    [Food For Thought]   Not “slaves” or “slavery.” The preferred terms, respectively, are "enslaved" and "enslavement."   Whenever someone uses the word "slave," make sure you correct that person.  Tags:& Not “Slaves” “Enslaved” “slavery” permanent servitudebondagenon-complianceRebellionSt. DomingueEuropeanswhip and lasheslynchingsAfricansFrenchHaitienslavement

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