Monochrome Madness: Week 46

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Taken at the Museum of Slavery on Liverpool’s Docks.

For their weekly exhibition of wonderful black and white images, visit Leanne Cole and Laura Macky’s Monochrome Madness.

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5 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness: Week 46

    1. We didn’t manage to go in though, maybe another time. With Liverpool being a port that would have been used by many merchant ships, slavery was a big part of its heritage. The slave trade in Britain was abolished over 200 years ago, but it remains a sordid memory of our past.

      1. Liverpool was THE major port of the era too, particularly with transatlantic shipping! I’m only relieved that we were one of the first nations to abolish slavery. Of course the song Amazing Grace was actually written as an anti slavery song.

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