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In 1838, Georgetown University sold 272 slaves as a means to pay off its debts.
Georgetown was built by slaves — and now the university is trying to make amends.
A passage in a McGraw-Hill textbook referred to slaves as immigrant workers, rather than people captured and sold into oppression.
A geography lesson for those who still don't understand where the outbreak is really taking place.
Yes, it's still happening today.
38 African nations criminalize homosexuality, and a majority of Africans believe that homosexuality is wrong. How did the continent come to be so homophobic?