Category Archives: Sierra Leone

The Province of Freedom: Free Labor vs. Slave Labor in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone As Stephen Drescher observes in The Mighty Experiment, the total failure of free society in Sierra Leone, a free labor colony in West Africa chartered by abolitionists to take on slave labor in the British West Indies was … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: Cry Freetown

Sierra Leone Cry Freetown is a 2000 documentary that takes place in Freetown, Sierra Leone in the aftermath of “Operation No Living Thing.” This critically acclaimed documentary contains live footage of the Battle of Freetown that was depicted in Blood … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: Blood Diamond

Sierra Leone Blood Diamond is a 2006 film set in the context of the Sierra Leone Civil War. The background story of this movie is true: the RUF child soldiers who were abducted from villages, the slaves who worked in … Continue reading

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