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Cincinnati, Ohio: shackle on the floor of an early 1800s slave pen, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad The building confined slaves until they could be sold further south by Kentucky slave trader Captain John W Anderson  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Cincinnati, Ohio: shackle on the floor of an early 1800s slave pen, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad The building confined slaves until they could be sold further south by Kentucky slave trader Captain John W Anderson
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Cincinnati, Ohio: textile artwork by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Cincinnati, Ohio: textile artwork by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Cincinnati, Ohio: textile artwork by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Cincinnati, Ohio: textile artwork by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
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Cincinnati, Ohio: replica of an early Ku Klux Klan robe used soon after the Civil War. National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Cincinnati, Ohio: replica of an early Ku Klux Klan robe used soon after the Civil War. National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slavery and the underground railroad
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Wallace, Louisiana - The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. Sculptured heads on poles remind visitors of an 1811 slave revolt. Participants in that revolt were decapitated, and their heads were placed on poles as a warning to others. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   www.reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Wallace, Louisiana – The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. Sculptured heads on poles remind visitors of an 1811 slave revolt. Participants in that revolt were decapitated, and their heads were placed on poles as a warning to others.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483
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Wallace, Louisiana - The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. Sculptures of slave children are displayed as a memorial to the thousands of children who died while in slavery. They are in a Baptist church that was founded by freed slaves in 1867 and recently moved to the plantation. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   www.reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Wallace, Louisiana – The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. Sculptures of slave children are displayed as a memorial to the thousands of children who died while in slavery. They are in a Baptist church that was founded by freed slaves in 1867 and recently moved to the plantation.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483
info@reportdigital.co.uk
http://www.reportdigital.co.uk
NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Wallace, Louisiana - The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. A bronze sculpture by Rod Moorhead in the plantation's Field of Angels shows a black angel carrying a child to heaven. The surrounding wall carries the names of 2,200 slave children in Louisiana who died before reaching age 3. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   www.reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Wallace, Louisiana – The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. A bronze sculpture by Rod Moorhead in the plantation’s Field of Angels shows a black angel carrying a child to heaven. The surrounding wall carries the names of 2,200 slave children in Louisiana who died before reaching age 3.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483
info@reportdigital.co.uk
http://www.reportdigital.co.uk
NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Wallace, Louisiana - The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. The Wall of Honor is a memorial dedicated to all the people who were enslaved on the Whitney Plantation. The names and the information related to them (origin, age, skills) were retrieved from original archives and engraved on granite slabs. The wall reflects a Baptist church that was founded by freed slaves in 1867 and recently moved to the plantation. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   www.reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Wallace, Louisiana – The Whitney Plantation, a sugar plantation that has been turned into a museum to tell the story of slavery. The Wall of Honor is a memorial dedicated to all the people who were enslaved on the Whitney Plantation. The names and the information related to them (origin, age, skills) were retrieved from original archives and engraved on granite slabs. The wall reflects a Baptist church that was founded by freed slaves in 1867 and recently moved to the plantation.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483
info@reportdigital.co.uk
http://www.reportdigital.co.uk
NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Local miner with a diamond he found in a stream near Kisangani. Rwandan and Ugandan forces have strived to win control of the profitable gem mines in DRC. Kisangani, Zaire-Congo. © R. Chalasani (reportdigital.co.uk)

Local miner with a diamond he found in a stream near Kisangani. Rwandan and Ugandan forces have strived to win control of the profitable gem mines in DRC. Kisangani, Zaire-Congo.
© R. Chalasani (reportdigital.co.uk)

Rwandan refugees wait to cross into Tanzania as a victim of the genocide goes past in the river. Rwanda - Tanzania border. 1994. © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees wait to cross into Tanzania as a victim of the genocide goes past in the river. Rwanda – Tanzania border. 1994.
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugee carrying his sick child to MSF cholera hospital, Kitale camp, Goma, Zaire-Congo. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugee carrying his sick child to MSF cholera hospital, Kitale camp, Goma, Zaire-Congo. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees crowd into Kitale camp in the shadow of a volcano, Goma, Zaire-Congo. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees crowd into Kitale camp in the shadow of a volcano, Goma, Zaire-Congo. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

UNHCR staff supervises workers collecting Rwandan refugees victims of cholera, Kibumba camp, Goma, Zaire-Congo. 1994 © H.Davies/Report Digital

UNHCR staff supervises workers collecting Rwandan refugees victims of cholera, Kibumba camp, Goma, Zaire-Congo. 1994
© H.Davies/Report Digital

TV crew filming Rwandan refugees, Benaco camp, Tanzania. 1994. © Howard Davies/Report Digital

TV crew filming Rwandan refugees, Benaco camp, Tanzania. 1994.
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees crowd onto Ruzizi bridge waiting to cross border into Zaire-Congo. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees crowd onto Ruzizi bridge waiting to cross border into Zaire-Congo. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

A Rwandan refugee child with clean water and ORT at MSF health centre, Bukavu, Zaire-Congo. 1994 The provison of clean drinking water prevents water borne disease. © Howard Davies/Report Digital

A Rwandan refugee child with clean water and ORT at MSF health centre, Bukavu, Zaire-Congo. 1994 The provison of clean drinking water prevents water borne disease.
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Unaccompanied Rwandan refugee children singing at a Red Cross camp, Bukavu, Zaire-Congo. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Unaccompanied Rwandan refugee children singing at a Red Cross camp, Bukavu, Zaire-Congo. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Unaccompanied Rwandan refugee children in care of UNICEF and SCF having survived a massacre by rebels in Zaire-Congo. 1997 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Unaccompanied Rwandan refugee children in care of UNICEF and SCF having survived a massacre by rebels in Zaire-Congo. 1997
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugee with ID card showing ethnicity. The cards were used by Hutu extremists to identify Tutsis during the genocide. Benaco camp, Tanzania. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugee with ID card showing ethnicity. The cards were used by Hutu extremists to identify Tutsis during the genocide. Benaco camp, Tanzania. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Food aid being deliverd by the Red Cross  for Rwandan refugees at Benaco camp, Tanzania. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Food aid being deliverd by the Red Cross for Rwandan refugees at Benaco camp, Tanzania. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees crowd onto Ruzizi bridge waiting to cross into Bukavu, Zaire - Congo. 1994 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees crowd onto Ruzizi bridge waiting to cross into Bukavu, Zaire – Congo. 1994
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees who have escaped a massacre by rebels in revenge for the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Biaro camp, Kisangani , Congo - Zaire 1997 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees who have escaped a massacre by rebels in revenge for the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Biaro camp, Kisangani , Congo – Zaire 1997
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees returning home over Rwanda-Tanzania border. 1996. © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan refugees returning home over Rwanda-Tanzania border. 1996.
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

A boy who had his arm removed with a machete when his Hutu refugee family were attacked in their camp near Goma in reprisal for the genocide in 1994. Rwanda 1996 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

A boy who had his arm removed with a machete when his Hutu refugee family were attacked in their camp near Goma in reprisal for the genocide in 1994. Rwanda 1996
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Rwandan Hutu refugees at Biaro camp in aftermath of massacre by rebels. Zaire-Congo. 1997 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees at Biaro camp in aftermath of massacre by rebels. Zaire-Congo. 1997
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Local aid worker gives food to Rwandan Hutu refugees at Biaro camp in aftermath of massacre by rebels. Zaire-Congo. 1997 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Local aid worker gives food to Rwandan Hutu refugees at Biaro camp in aftermath of massacre by rebels. Zaire-Congo. 1997
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees at Biaro camp in aftermath of massacre by rebels. Zaire-Congo. 1997 © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Rwandan Hutu refugees at Biaro camp in aftermath of massacre by rebels. Zaire-Congo. 1997
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Unaccompanied Rwandan refugee children being repatriated to Kigali with UNHCR. Rwanda. 1997. © Howard Davies/Report Digital

Unaccompanied Rwandan refugee children being repatriated to Kigali with UNHCR. Rwanda. 1997.
© Howard Davies/Report Digital

Interior of church which was the scene of mass killings during the genocide of 1994 of Tutsis by Hutu militia. Small holes in the roof were made when grenades were used. Victims clothes and artifacts can be seen on the floor. Nyamata, Rwanda, 2003 © Steven Langdon / Report Digital

Interior of church which was the scene of mass killings during the genocide of 1994 of Tutsis by Hutu militia. Small holes in the roof were made when grenades were used. Victims clothes and artifacts can be seen on the floor. Nyamata, Rwanda, 2003
© Steven Langdon / Report Digital

The bodies of victims who were murdered in the 1994 genocide. Murambi, Rwanda, 2003 © Steven Langdon / Report Digital

The bodies of victims who were murdered in the 1994 genocide. Murambi, Rwanda, 2003
© Steven Langdon / Report Digital

Survivor of a massacre at Gikongoro during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. A bullet wound in his head indicates where he was shot and left for dead - he was only one of four survivors and is visiting the genocide memorial centre in Gikongoro where the remains of those killed will be kept. Gikongoro, Rwanda 2004 © Boris Heger/ Report Digital

Survivor of a massacre at Gikongoro during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. A bullet wound in his head indicates where he was shot and left for dead – he was only one of four survivors and is visiting the genocide memorial centre in Gikongoro where the remains of those killed will be kept. Gikongoro, Rwanda 2004
© Boris Heger/ Report Digital

Nooses used to hang activists in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Nooses used to hang activists in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Apartheid Era signs at the entrance to the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa. Whites only. © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.u

Apartheid Era signs at the entrance to the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa. Whites only.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.u

Non-white passes in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Non-white passes in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Apartheid Era sign for a Europeans only beach in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Apartheid Era sign for a Europeans only beach in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Archive copy of Drum magazine on display in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Archive copy of Drum magazine on display in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Archive images in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Archive images in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Tiny cells previously used to detain activists, in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Tiny cells previously used to detain activists, in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Ballot box in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Ballot box in the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Mirrored artworks depicting the country's ethnic diversity, on the roof of the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Mirrored artworks depicting the country’s ethnic diversity, on the roof of the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk

Mirrored artworks depicting the country's ethnic diversity, on the roof of the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.  © Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk ````

Mirrored artworks depicting the country’s ethnic diversity, on the roof of the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa.
© Gerry McCann/reportdigital.co.uk
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