We looked inside some of the tweets by @H_Slavery_HNet and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Before 1619, there was 1526: The mystery of the first enslaved Africans in what became the United States https://t.co/mgGJ4nojxU
H. L. Stephens: Man reading headline, “Presidential Proclamation, Slavery”(1863). Referring to Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Reworked reading Peggy’s manumission papers (my great granny x4). Rediscovering #blackportraiture through #gettymuseumchallenge. #gettychallenge https://t.co/yZpCih4xS4
#Slaveryarchive Book Club kickoff on July 1st, 2020 hosted by @analuciaraujo_ and @jmjafrx You can watch/comment on Youtube https://t.co/fr7RAQ4svX but if you want the author to see you & hear you, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject #Slaveryarchive Book Club https://t.co/bNdEdf9sLH
A former slave who led a revolution and became Napoleon’s foe, Toussaint Louverture’s destruction by the French state was not forgotten. From the forthcoming June issue: https://t.co/joPkunq3rL
William & Mary seeks a postdoc fellow to participate in research & programming for The Lemon Project. This is a two-year residential fellowship, supported by the Mellon Foundation. Salary is $50k per year. More info and to apply: https://t.co/rVgTehe65d & https://t.co/6tQOxRdsVy https://t.co/vt41w3fATi