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Black childhood in the post-emancipation era

In this video, Dr Shani Roper of UWI explains what Black childhoods were like in the Post-emancipation era.

Dr Roper continues her discussion on Black childhood in the British Caribbean.

We shift to the nineteenth and early twentieth century to understand the role of a child within the Black family after emancipation and how free Black labourers sought to protect the rights and welfare of their children from authorities.

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