“Legacy Middle Passage,” a monumental 10-by-5 work, refers to the approximately 54,000 voyages made during the 15th to the 19th centuries that took millions of Africans to the Americas and the Caribbean to be sold as slaves.
“Legacy Middle Passage,” a monumental 10-by-5 work, refers to the approximately 54,000 voyages made during the 15th to the 19th centuries that took millions of Africans to the Americas and the Caribbean to be sold as slaves. From the artist
“Legacy Middle Passage,” a monumental 10-by-5 work, refers to the approximately 54,000 voyages made during the 15th to the 19th centuries that took millions of Africans to the Americas and the Caribbean to be sold as slaves. From the artist

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