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Discover reactions from visitors to the slave trade exhibition in Parliament in 2007, find out how people traced their ancestors in slave trade petitions, view quilt squares created by the public, and read poems and letters written by schoolchildren inspired by the exhibition.
The public’s responses to Parliament’s exhibition which was held within Westminster Hall
Visitors trace their ancestors on the Manchester slave trade petitions
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Look at quilt squares made by members of the public to commemorate the UNESCO International Day of Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition on August 23 2007
Poems and prose inspired by the slave trade
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