I was right to have trusted her; she stuck to her promise and in little more than a few months all the Slaves that worked on that Plantation including me were freed. She said to us that anyone of us that wanted to stay there with her and live on the Plantation, as a friend not as a Slave, were welcome. I chose to because I already had a home there and a sort of family, and I did not want to go back out into the world of unfairness and cruelty. I am still living on the Plantation now, with my own husband and children, living in our own bubble of peace. I am lucky and so were all the rest of the Slaves that used to work on this Plantation. Other Slaves all over America are not as lucky as me though. So please I urge you to do something to stop Slavery or at least try. Thank you.
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A Diary of a Slave GirlHistorical Fiction
This is an account of what African Slaves went through, if they were lucky. With events, punishments and work that actually happened, see their life through their eyes. From an horrific capture to a catastrophic journey and hard labor at the end. Wo...