Were Irish people the “first slaves in America”?

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Posted to the Australian Tea Party Facebook page (2015) but originating in the U.S. This illustrates how the meme has been internationalised by white nationalists on social media to foster resentment and support or entrench pre-existing racial prejudices.

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Librarian & Historian. Researching and writing about slavery, memory and power. Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/liamhogan

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