Faces of Slavery in the U.S. and Morocco

The individual experiences of people in the U.S. and Morocco differed depending on their position in society, but they were all connected through the spread of ideas under the institution of slavery. Faces of Slavery in the U.S. and Morocco compares and contrasts the role of slavery in the lives of distinct but overlapping classes of people through the following themes: 

  • Religion
  • Science
  • Legal Frameworks
  • Economics
  • Gender/Demographics
  • Geography
  • Resistance 
  • Justifications/Compromises ("Choiceless choices")


This exhibit was curated by students in the Documentation and Interpretation class in the Public History Program at Kennesaw State University