By Julius Lester
They who were held as slaves looked upon themselves and the servitude in which they found themselves with the eyes and minds of human beings, conscious of everything that happened to them, conscious of all that went on around them. Yet slaves are often pictured as little more than dumb, brute animals, whose sole attributes were found in working, singing, and dancing. They were like children and slavery was actually a benefit for them — this was the view of those who were not slaves. Those who were slaves tell a different story.
- Paperback Edition
- Publisher: Puffin Books
- Publication date: December 29, 2005
- Pages: 160
- Product dimensions: 5.02(w) x 7.04(h)
- Weight: 0.30 lbs