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“Mary Prince (1788-c.1833): The First Woman to Present a Petition to Parliament⠀
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Mary Prince was born in 1788, to an enslaved family in Bermuda. She was sold to a number of brutal owners and suffered from terrible treatment. Prince ended up in Antigua belonging to the Wood family. in December 1826, she married Daniel James, a former slave who had bought his freedom and worked as a carpenter and cooper.⠀
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For this act, she was severely beaten by her master. In 1828, she travelled to England with her owners. She eventually ran away and found freedom, but only in England and she could not return to her husband. Mary campaigned against slavery, working alongside the Anti Slavery Society and taking employment with Thomas Pringle, an abolitionist writer and Secretary to the Anti-Slavery Society. ⠀
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She became the first woman to present an anti-slavery petition to Parliament and the first black woman to write and publish an autobiography, ‘The History of Mary Prince: A West Indian Slave '. The book was a key part of the anti slavery campaign. It made people in Britain aware that, although the Slave Trade had been made illegal, the horrors of life on the plantations continued for so many people.”⠀
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#blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymonthuk #blackwomeninhistory #blackwomenintheuk #knowhername #maryprince #worldhistory #diaspora #bbzittablackhistorymonth #

⠀ “Mary Prince (1788-c.1833): The First Woman to Present a Petition to Parliament⠀ ⠀ Mary Prince was born in 1788, to an enslaved family in Bermuda. She was sold to a number of brutal owners and suffered from terrible treatment. Prince ended up in Antigua belonging to the Wood family. in December 1826, she married Daniel James, a former slave who had bought his freedom and worked as a carpenter and cooper.⠀ ⠀ For this act, she was severely beaten by her master. In 1828, she travelled to England with her owners. She eventually ran away and found freedom, but only in England and she could not return to her husband. Mary campaigned against slavery, working alongside the Anti Slavery Society and taking employment with Thomas Pringle, an abolitionist writer and Secretary to the Anti-Slavery Society. ⠀ ⠀ She became the first woman to present an anti-slavery petition to Parliament and the first black woman to write and publish an autobiography, ‘The History of Mary Prince: A West Indian Slave '. The book was a key part of the anti slavery campaign. It made people in Britain aware that, although the Slave Trade had been made illegal, the horrors of life on the plantations continued for so many people.”⠀ ⠀ http://abolition.e2bn.org/people_37.html⠀ ⠀ #blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymonthuk #blackwomeninhistory #blackwomenintheuk #knowhername #maryprince #worldhistory #diaspora #bbzittablackhistorymonth # - 3 days ago

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[Belated] Happy Birthday to these celebs/famous people who shared their birthdays on the same day today (Part 02)!!! Hope you guys have a fantastic day!!! All the best!!! 😊💛💜💖🎂🍰🎁💝🎈🎉🎊 #October1 #October01 #October1st #October01st #Birthdays #HappyBirthday #Part2 #Part02 #MaryPrince #CarolineHarrison #AnnieBesant #???????????? #FuPeiMei #StellaStevens #DonnyHathaway #ZachGalifianakis #DanKaraty #RupertFriend #BeckBennett #JoshBrener #MatthewDaddario #GusKenworthy #DrewChadwick #NoFilter

[Belated] Happy Birthday to these celebs/famous people who shared their birthdays on the same day today (Part 02)!!! Hope you guys have a fantastic day!!! All the best!!! 😊💛💜💖🎂🍰🎁💝🎈🎉🎊 #October1 #October01 #October1st #October01st #Birthdays #HappyBirthday #Part2 #Part02 #MaryPrince #CarolineHarrison #AnnieBesant #???????????? #FuPeiMei #StellaStevens #DonnyHathaway #ZachGalifianakis #DanKaraty #RupertFriend #BeckBennett #JoshBrener #MatthewDaddario #GusKenworthy #DrewChadwick #NoFilter - 4 days ago

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To be working on an incredible play, about powerful women, confranting unimaginably horrific circumstances with an all woman team of writer, director, producer and cast is just...... utterly empowering. We have an invited audience to see the development explored in this week then in January a full production in Norwich. If you are able you must come. This is a vital piece of theatre not to be missed. I. Am. Buzz.Ing. and exhausted.

#empoweredwomen #maryprince #abolitionist #theatre #culture #art #slave  #Norwich #mothercountry

To be working on an incredible play, about powerful women, confranting unimaginably horrific circumstances with an all woman team of writer, director, producer and cast is just...... utterly empowering. We have an invited audience to see the development explored in this week then in January a full production in Norwich. If you are able you must come. This is a vital piece of theatre not to be missed. I. Am. Buzz.Ing. and exhausted. #empoweredwomen #maryprince #abolitionist #theatre #culture #art #slave #Norwich #mothercountry - 5 days ago

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#Celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth2019 by dropping #BlackHistoryFacts

#MaryPrince (1788-c.1833) a slave who went onto be an abolitionist, was the first black woman to publish an account of her life in Britain. 
Find out more from her life in her autobiography The History of Mary Prince: A West Indian Slave

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#BHM #BHM2019 #BlackExcellence #AfroCaribbean #AfroCaribbeanBritish #African #Caribbean #Africa #Jamaica #Nigeria #BlackHistoryMonth #Jamaican #Nigerian #BlackBritish #BlackExperience #AfricanDiaspora #CaribbeanDiaspora #AfroCaribbeanDiaspora #MarthaDaCosme

#Celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth2019 by dropping #BlackHistoryFacts #MaryPrince (1788-c.1833) a slave who went onto be an abolitionist, was the first black woman to publish an account of her life in Britain. Find out more from her life in her autobiography The History of Mary Prince: A West Indian Slave image curtesy of @Face2FaceAfrica #BHM #BHM2019 #BlackExcellence #AfroCaribbean #AfroCaribbeanBritish #African #Caribbean #Africa #Jamaica #Nigeria #BlackHistoryMonth #Jamaican #Nigerian #BlackBritish #BlackExperience #AfricanDiaspora #CaribbeanDiaspora #AfroCaribbeanDiaspora #MarthaDaCosme - 10 days ago

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Honoured to be part of this very important piece of new writing about Mary Prince, a West Indian woman who lived a life of slavery. And was one of the first if not the first female slave to have her horrendous life story written down and published during the abolition movement in the 1800's.

The research has really opened my eyes and driven me to want to see what part my towns history plays in the slave trade and possibly even my own family. 
Can't wait for Monday.

#slavetrade #theatre #newwriting #maryprince #truestory

Honoured to be part of this very important piece of new writing about Mary Prince, a West Indian woman who lived a life of slavery. And was one of the first if not the first female slave to have her horrendous life story written down and published during the abolition movement in the 1800's. The research has really opened my eyes and driven me to want to see what part my towns history plays in the slave trade and possibly even my own family. Can't wait for Monday. #slavetrade #theatre #newwriting #maryprince #truestory - 10 days ago

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📚 The task for day 2 of the #cozyinoctober19 challenge is: Spooktober. 👻 My take on this task is the amount of books I need to start and finish before my exam season NEXT WEEK! 😰 I’m sure I’ll get through it because the summaries of these classics sound amazing! 🌈 (Plus I’ve already read Frankenstein 🧟‍♂️ which means that it’s a #reread for me!)

📚 The task for day 2 of the #cozyinoctober19 challenge is: Spooktober. 👻 My take on this task is the amount of books I need to start and finish before my exam season NEXT WEEK! 😰 I’m sure I’ll get through it because the summaries of these classics sound amazing! 🌈 (Plus I’ve already read Frankenstein 🧟‍♂️ which means that it’s a #reread for me!) - 12 days ago

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Out here, history lives... I'm excited to be working on a production honouring Sally Bassett this October! 
Tickets are on sale now for a historical bus tour throughout Pembroke, and live open-air theatrical performance chronicling the final hours of Sally Bassett's life before she was publicly executed for a crime, she defiantly maintained she did not commit.

I am acting and leading makeup for the adaptation of the play, "Trial by Fire", written by Dr. Kim Dismont-Robinson and directed by Alan C. Smith! 
Come and see me on October 24th especially for my speaking role (I will have a supporting role on October 3, 11, and 18). My fellow cast members in this historical/fictional work of art are: Tona Symonds, Tracey Harney, Marcus Smith, Andrea Ottley, Jessie Frith, Stephen Notman and Michelle Laylor.

Free entry to the play in Cabinet gardens, with the events taking place on October 3, 11, 18 and 24, 2019.
6PM Tour / 7PM Show.

Purchase tour tickets at @ptixbm

#SallyBassett #HonouringSallyBassett #BermudasUntoldStories #Bermuda #BermudaHistory #BermudaHeritage #BermudaCulture #TrialByFire #BermudaTheatre #BermudaTourism #BlackHistory #MaryPrince #JosephRainey #UntoldStories #GoToBermuda

Out here, history lives... I'm excited to be working on a production honouring Sally Bassett this October! Tickets are on sale now for a historical bus tour throughout Pembroke, and live open-air theatrical performance chronicling the final hours of Sally Bassett's life before she was publicly executed for a crime, she defiantly maintained she did not commit. I am acting and leading makeup for the adaptation of the play, "Trial by Fire", written by Dr. Kim Dismont-Robinson and directed by Alan C. Smith! Come and see me on October 24th especially for my speaking role (I will have a supporting role on October 3, 11, and 18). My fellow cast members in this historical/fictional work of art are: Tona Symonds, Tracey Harney, Marcus Smith, Andrea Ottley, Jessie Frith, Stephen Notman and Michelle Laylor. Free entry to the play in Cabinet gardens, with the events taking place on October 3, 11, 18 and 24, 2019. 6PM Tour / 7PM Show. Purchase tour tickets at @ptixbm #SallyBassett #HonouringSallyBassett #BermudasUntoldStories #Bermuda #BermudaHistory #BermudaHeritage #BermudaCulture #TrialByFire #BermudaTheatre #BermudaTourism #BlackHistory #MaryPrince #JosephRainey #UntoldStories #GoToBermuda - 13 days ago

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Born to a household slave and shipyard sawyer in Brackish Pond, Bermuda, Mary Prince was bought and sold numerous times, ending up on the island of Antigua in 1815 where she joined the Moravian church in 1817 and learned to read. Despite not having received a formal education, Prince went on to be recognized as a National Hero of Bermuda for her slave narrative, “The History of Mary Prince, A West Indian Slave, Related by Herself”, which shares a first-hand description of the brutalities of enslavement. Published in 1831, a time when slavery was still legal in Bermuda and the British Caribbean colonies, the book caused a sensation, going through three printings in the first year alone. 
In her book, Prince recalled being sold “like sheep or cattle” on the same day as her younger sisters Hannah and Dina were sold to different masters: “When the sale was over, my mother hugged and kissed us, and mourned over us, begging of us to keep up a good heart, and do our duty to our new masters. It was a sad parting; one went one way, one another, and our poor mammy went home with nothing.” Two lawsuits for libel were filed against the book’s publisher in 1833, and Mary Prince testified at both, effectively rebuking any claims that the book was inaccurate or defamatory. On August 1, 1838, some 800,000 slaves living in British colonies throughout the Caribbean were finally set free, following the passage of Great Britain’s Slavery Abolition Act, which was passed by Parliament two years after the publication of Mary Prince’s book.

Bermudian researcher LeYoni Junos recently gave a conference paper entitled “My Name is ‘Sue’: The Mother of Mary Prince and the Racialised Abdication of Bermuda in the Authentication of Her History”, adding new information to Mary Prince’s story.

#MaryPrince #bermudaheroes #bermudahistory #historymatters #herstory #herstorymatters

Born to a household slave and shipyard sawyer in Brackish Pond, Bermuda, Mary Prince was bought and sold numerous times, ending up on the island of Antigua in 1815 where she joined the Moravian church in 1817 and learned to read. Despite not having received a formal education, Prince went on to be recognized as a National Hero of Bermuda for her slave narrative, “The History of Mary Prince, A West Indian Slave, Related by Herself”, which shares a first-hand description of the brutalities of enslavement. Published in 1831, a time when slavery was still legal in Bermuda and the British Caribbean colonies, the book caused a sensation, going through three printings in the first year alone. In her book, Prince recalled being sold “like sheep or cattle” on the same day as her younger sisters Hannah and Dina were sold to different masters: “When the sale was over, my mother hugged and kissed us, and mourned over us, begging of us to keep up a good heart, and do our duty to our new masters. It was a sad parting; one went one way, one another, and our poor mammy went home with nothing.” Two lawsuits for libel were filed against the book’s publisher in 1833, and Mary Prince testified at both, effectively rebuking any claims that the book was inaccurate or defamatory. On August 1, 1838, some 800,000 slaves living in British colonies throughout the Caribbean were finally set free, following the passage of Great Britain’s Slavery Abolition Act, which was passed by Parliament two years after the publication of Mary Prince’s book. Bermudian researcher LeYoni Junos recently gave a conference paper entitled “My Name is ‘Sue’: The Mother of Mary Prince and the Racialised Abdication of Bermuda in the Authentication of Her History”, adding new information to Mary Prince’s story. #MaryPrince #bermudaheroes #bermudahistory #historymatters #herstory #herstorymatters - 13 days ago

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Black History Month starts today! Join us as we celebrate the Black Abolitionists who worked tirelessly to end slavery in the 19th century.
We start with Mary Prince. Born on this day in 1788 to an enslaved family in Bermuda, she was sold to brutal owners and suffered from terrible treatment.

An abolitionist, author and the first woman to;

Present an Anti-Slavery Petition to the UK Parliament
Publish memoirs of slavery (UK)

Join us today in our fight to end human trafficking everywhere. Learn more in our bio 👆

#BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth #BHM2019 #CiteBlackWomen #EndSlavery #OnThisDay #MaryPrince #HumanTrafficking #ModernSlavery #Endhumantrafficking #Joinus #books #booksofinstagram #quotes #quotesofinstagram #inspirational #heroes #writers #humanrights #humanwrites #humanitywins #tuesdaythoughts

Black History Month starts today! Join us as we celebrate the Black Abolitionists who worked tirelessly to end slavery in the 19th century. We start with Mary Prince. Born on this day in 1788 to an enslaved family in Bermuda, she was sold to brutal owners and suffered from terrible treatment. An abolitionist, author and the first woman to; Present an Anti-Slavery Petition to the UK Parliament Publish memoirs of slavery (UK) Join us today in our fight to end human trafficking everywhere. Learn more in our bio 👆 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth #BHM2019 #CiteBlackWomen #EndSlavery #OnThisDay #MaryPrince #HumanTrafficking #ModernSlavery #Endhumantrafficking #Joinus #books #booksofinstagram #quotes #quotesofinstagram #inspirational #heroes #writers #humanrights #humanwrites #humanitywins #tuesdaythoughts - 14 days ago

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Mary Prince’s “Hop’s View I & II” are created by using three different printing techniques! The view is of Champlain mountain from Frenchman’s Bay. Both editions of 25 - which color would you choose?

Mary Prince’s “Hop’s View I & II” are created by using three different printing techniques! The view is of Champlain mountain from Frenchman’s Bay. Both editions of 25 - which color would you choose? - 24 days ago

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The first life of a Black woman published in Britain (in the 1830s), a slim, relatively dispassionate but still distressing first-person account of slavery in the Caribbean. 
Prince was whipped almost daily by her “owners”, who refused to let her buy her freedom. The descendants of colonialists today are more subtle but barely less cruel. 
Mary Prince ended up in London, where she was technically free, but without means or friends and with the dilemma of staying free or going back to Antigua (and her husband) as a slave. Australia puts refugees in similar dilemmas today. She eventually sought help from abolitionists (leading to this account), one of whom took her on as a servant.
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#justread #slavery #maryprince

The first life of a Black woman published in Britain (in the 1830s), a slim, relatively dispassionate but still distressing first-person account of slavery in the Caribbean. Prince was whipped almost daily by her “owners”, who refused to let her buy her freedom. The descendants of colonialists today are more subtle but barely less cruel. Mary Prince ended up in London, where she was technically free, but without means or friends and with the dilemma of staying free or going back to Antigua (and her husband) as a slave. Australia puts refugees in similar dilemmas today. She eventually sought help from abolitionists (leading to this account), one of whom took her on as a servant. . #justread #slavery #maryprince - 29 days ago

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Hoy, recuerdo a Mary Prince #maryprince , la primera #mujer esclavizada que contó su propia historia en un #libro (pensad que a las personas esclavizadas, normalmente, no solo no les enseñaban a leer o a escribir sino que castigaban el hecho de que aprendieran). Y ya de paso, hablo de la #narrativa de esclavitud, de Frederick Douglass #frederickdouglass y de Olaudah Equiano #olaudahequiano #literatura #blackwriters #blackauthors #esclavitud #esclavizados *
Toda la información está en una instahistoria destacada titulada Mary Prince. Si te interesa, échale un ojo 🤗.

Hoy, recuerdo a Mary Prince #maryprince , la primera #mujer esclavizada que contó su propia historia en un #libro (pensad que a las personas esclavizadas, normalmente, no solo no les enseñaban a leer o a escribir sino que castigaban el hecho de que aprendieran). Y ya de paso, hablo de la #narrativa de esclavitud, de Frederick Douglass #frederickdouglass y de Olaudah Equiano #olaudahequiano #literatura #blackwriters #blackauthors #esclavitud #esclavizados * Toda la información está en una instahistoria destacada titulada Mary Prince. Si te interesa, échale un ojo 🤗. - 1 month ago

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Mary Prince was fearless and indominable. Slave narratives we usually see are from the American perspective so this was a new experience to hear a Caribbean voice.

The History of Mary Prince tells the story of a Caribbean slave born in Bermuda, separated from her family from a young age and subjected the sexual and physical abuse of her masters. She petitioned for freedom upon arriving in London with her last owners who she told off and found her way into the "Anti-Slavery Society's" offices.

Mary was no stranger to resistance, she ran away many times and only returned because there weren't any alternatives. Publishing her autobiography was the biggest sign of resistance and Mary had no hesitation about doing so even after harsh public opposition in a country that was not her home but she knew the law.

She protested not only for herself, but also for her fellow African-born and Caribbean-born companions. Most of whose voices we never got the chance to hear.

She refused to accept her conditions as a slave, she contested that, "We don't mind hard work, if we had proper treatment, and proper wages like English servants...
But they won't give it: they will have work-work-work, night and day, sick or well, till we quite done up; and we must not speak up nor look amiss however much we be abused." Trust me slavery is not my favourite topic either but I hold this story really closely to my heart because there aren't many names we can call and hold as representation of this very painful but IMPORTANT part of my history. A part of history that has not been accurately portrayed to us and adequately dealt with. There's so much gravity in understanding who we are and where we are coming from in order to evaluate where we want to go.

I need more stories like this, if you know any please drop it below in the comments👇🏾 (Mary's story was not handwritten by her but was orally narrated by her and handwritten by Susanna Strickland, an abolitionist in England.)

Mary Prince was fearless and indominable. Slave narratives we usually see are from the American perspective so this was a new experience to hear a Caribbean voice. The History of Mary Prince tells the story of a Caribbean slave born in Bermuda, separated from her family from a young age and subjected the sexual and physical abuse of her masters. She petitioned for freedom upon arriving in London with her last owners who she told off and found her way into the "Anti-Slavery Society's" offices. Mary was no stranger to resistance, she ran away many times and only returned because there weren't any alternatives. Publishing her autobiography was the biggest sign of resistance and Mary had no hesitation about doing so even after harsh public opposition in a country that was not her home but she knew the law. She protested not only for herself, but also for her fellow African-born and Caribbean-born companions. Most of whose voices we never got the chance to hear. She refused to accept her conditions as a slave, she contested that, "We don't mind hard work, if we had proper treatment, and proper wages like English servants... But they won't give it: they will have work-work-work, night and day, sick or well, till we quite done up; and we must not speak up nor look amiss however much we be abused." Trust me slavery is not my favourite topic either but I hold this story really closely to my heart because there aren't many names we can call and hold as representation of this very painful but IMPORTANT part of my history. A part of history that has not been accurately portrayed to us and adequately dealt with. There's so much gravity in understanding who we are and where we are coming from in order to evaluate where we want to go. I need more stories like this, if you know any please drop it below in the comments👇🏾 (Mary's story was not handwritten by her but was orally narrated by her and handwritten by Susanna Strickland, an abolitionist in England.) - 1 month ago

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Thank you! To everyone who supported us, donated, or came to watch us perform the inspiring story of Mary Prince, thank you so much. We had an incredible time at the #edfringe19, and we hope you did too! Feel free to visit our website (link in bio) to hear about our upcoming projects. We hope to see you very soon! 📷credit: David Fisher.

#edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe19 #edinburghfringe2019 #edfringe #edfringe19 #edfringe2019 #thefringe #theatre #maryprince #blacktheatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre

Thank you! To everyone who supported us, donated, or came to watch us perform the inspiring story of Mary Prince, thank you so much. We had an incredible time at the #edfringe19 , and we hope you did too! Feel free to visit our website (link in bio) to hear about our upcoming projects. We hope to see you very soon! 📷credit: David Fisher. #edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe19 #edinburghfringe2019 #edfringe #edfringe19 #edfringe2019 #thefringe #theatre #maryprince #blacktheatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre - 2 months ago

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🔊Sound on!🔊 Listen to Amantha's singing on our latest rehearsal under the direction of @eutondaley. Don't miss our last performance of SOLD at the Attic, Pleasance courtyard, tomorrow at 12:45! You can get your tickets from our website (link in bio)

To support us, please visit tiny.cc/75ow9y 
#edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe2019 #edinburghfringe19 #edfringe #edfringe2019 #edfringe19 #thefringe #makeyourfringe #fringeofcolour #blacktheatre #maryprince #reparations #theatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre

🔊Sound on!🔊 Listen to Amantha's singing on our latest rehearsal under the direction of @eutondaley. Don't miss our last performance of SOLD at the Attic, Pleasance courtyard, tomorrow at 12:45! You can get your tickets from our website (link in bio) To support us, please visit tiny.cc/75ow9y #edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe2019 #edinburghfringe19 #edfringe #edfringe2019 #edfringe19 #thefringe #makeyourfringe #fringeofcolour #blacktheatre #maryprince #reparations #theatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre - 2 months ago

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Blessed to have witnessed SOLD, a fantastic, breathtaking, beautiful and careful telling of the true story of Mary Prince, an enslaved woman from Bermuda who not only survived the brutal horrors of the slave trade, but dictated her story down so it would live on long past her. I am so moved, so inspired. I will never forget this show. They’ve got 3 left — SELL THEM OUT
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#blackhistory #edfringe #fringeofcolour #sold #oxfordplayhouse #edinburghfringe2019 #maryprince #blackgirlmagic

Blessed to have witnessed SOLD, a fantastic, breathtaking, beautiful and careful telling of the true story of Mary Prince, an enslaved woman from Bermuda who not only survived the brutal horrors of the slave trade, but dictated her story down so it would live on long past her. I am so moved, so inspired. I will never forget this show. They’ve got 3 left — SELL THEM OUT . . . . #blackhistory #edfringe #fringeofcolour #sold #oxfordplayhouse #edinburghfringe2019 #maryprince #blackgirlmagic - 2 months ago

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Had a GREAT session with my Auntee Glady's of how slavery is a very small chapter of OURSTORY (🚫history) but yet it has a big impact on the ORIGINALS here in amerikkka to this day, so much many of us aren't even aware of the horrors our ANCESTORS have been through🤔#kidnappingcollarar#tbt
#naturner#harriettubman
#henrybrown#frederickdouglass 
#robertsmalls#harrietjacobs
#williamandellencraft
#jamesandelizabethbaumfree
#sojournertruth#harriettubman
#annajcooper
#georgewashingtoncarver 
#Margaretgarner
#toussaintloubertue#maryprince
#sarahmappdouglass
#elizabethfreeman

Had a GREAT session with my Auntee Glady's of how slavery is a very small chapter of OURSTORY (🚫history) but yet it has a big impact on the ORIGINALS here in amerikkka to this day, so much many of us aren't even aware of the horrors our ANCESTORS have been through🤔#kidnappingcollarar #tbt #naturner #harriettubman #henrybrown #frederickdouglass #robertsmalls #harrietjacobs #williamandellencraft #jamesandelizabethbaumfree #sojournertruth #harriettubman #annajcooper #georgewashingtoncarver #Margaretgarner #toussaintloubertue #maryprince #sarahmappdouglass #elizabethfreeman - 2 months ago

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Don't miss out on our last performances of SOLD at the Attic, Pleasance Courtyard. Our show retells the extraordinary life of freed slave and abolitionist figurehead Mary Prince, who was the first woman to publish an autobiography in the UK. Tickets are available from our website (link in bio)
📷 David Fisher

To support us, please visit tiny.cc/75ow9y 
#edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe2019 #edinburghfringe19 #edfringe #edfringe2019 #edfringe19 #thefringe #makeyourfringe #fringeofcolour #blacktheatre #maryprince #reparations #theatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre

Don't miss out on our last performances of SOLD at the Attic, Pleasance Courtyard. Our show retells the extraordinary life of freed slave and abolitionist figurehead Mary Prince, who was the first woman to publish an autobiography in the UK. Tickets are available from our website (link in bio) 📷 David Fisher To support us, please visit tiny.cc/75ow9y #edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe2019 #edinburghfringe19 #edfringe #edfringe2019 #edfringe19 #thefringe #makeyourfringe #fringeofcolour #blacktheatre #maryprince #reparations #theatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre - 2 months ago

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Tomorrow will be the start of our last week at the #edinburghfringe. Make sure not to miss our show SOLD, directed by @eutondaley, and its powerful re-telling of the inspiring life of abolitionist icon Mary Prince. Tickets available from our website (link in bio). To support us, please visit tiny.cc/75ow9y 
#edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe2019 #edinburghfringe19 #edfringe #edfringe2019 #edfringe19 #thefringe #makeyourfringe #fringeofcolour #blacktheatre #maryprince #reparations #theatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre

Tomorrow will be the start of our last week at the #edinburghfringe . Make sure not to miss our show SOLD, directed by @eutondaley , and its powerful re-telling of the inspiring life of abolitionist icon Mary Prince. Tickets available from our website (link in bio). To support us, please visit tiny.cc/75ow9y #edinburgh #edinburghfringe #edinburghfringe2019 #edinburghfringe19 #edfringe #edfringe2019 #edfringe19 #thefringe #makeyourfringe #fringeofcolour #blacktheatre #maryprince #reparations #theatre #oxford #oxfordtheatre - 2 months ago

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#MaryPrince #Birthday #Celebration #JasPrince

#MaryPrince #Birthday #Celebration #JasPrince - 2 months ago

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