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We have your new workers from Africa!
Can we please have a break?
NO! YOU NEED TO KEEP ON WORKING!
As part of the Triangular Trade, Africa sent workers (slaves) to Latin America for Raw Materials. The slaves then worked for no money in harsh conflicts.
WE ARE NOT JUST WORKERS, WE ARE PEOPLE!
Toussaint Louverture was born into slavery in 1803. His parents where from Africa when they brought over workers.
All the slaves went and revolted. They set fire to there plantations and killed all the whites. Toussaint went and saved his family, and then joined in the revolt.
Toussaint spoke about independence to all slaves. He joined the slave insurgency. He believed in Peace for all.
Toussaint was sent to prison in France and died of pneumonia. He will always be remembered as the "Father of Haiti".
Haiti's struggle continued when Toussaint died. In 1804, Haiti became a free nation.
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