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To mark the UNESCO International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition, on 23 August 2007 the Parliamentary Education Unit asked people to submit squares for a commemorative quilt. These are some of them.
Commemorative quilt: Lion
Commemorative quilt: Rainbow
Commemorative quilt: Free at Last
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Commemorative quilt: Enslavement
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Commemorative quilt: Chains
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Commemorative quilt: Freedom
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