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GUEST,Azizi BS: Slavery and Indentured Servitude (39) RE: BS: Slavery and Indentured Servitude 05 Jun 05

The excerpts from my post that Allen quoted above are from this music thread African American secular folk songs

I suggested to Allen that since he had posted a couple of comments on the topic of servitude and slavery in that thread and since I felt that continued discussion on that topic would be a digression from that thread's purpose [which is to provide examples of non-religious songs that are from African American cultures during slavery or shortly thereafter], HE might want to start a new thread on servitude and slavery.

Some folks could read Allen's latest post on the Secular Folk song thread and the first post in this thread to mean that he and I agreed to start this thread. That is not the case.

Though I did suggest that he start this thread if he wanted to,
I wasn't aware that it had been started until I saw it on the front page of thread listings.

While I will read any books recommended on this topic {eventually}, and have visited the website given, I will not commit to posting on this thread again.

In other words, this is not MY thread. I will only post here again if the spirit moves me to do so.

The clicky for the URL that Allen recommended is Servitude



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