Islam's Black Slaves: The History of Africa's Other Black Diaspora

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Atlantic Books, 2002 - African diaspora - 273 pages
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Islam's Black Slaves tells the horrifying story of the Islamic slave trade. It traces the business of slavery from Islam's inception in the 7th century, through to today, where in Sudan and Mauritiania, Africans continue to be bought and sold.

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Founding editor of the Penguin African Library, South African-born Ronald Segal is the author of fourteen books, including The Crisis of India, The Race War, The Americans, and The Black Diaspora (FSG, 1995). He lives in Surrey, England.

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