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Madison Washington - Facts.
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Getting Christmassy revisiting the immense album by @mad wash – superb set of songs imho. Flippin loving new @mad wash album title track Breakfast Music whole thing a treat ;) – DJ NEMONE BBC6. Now they return with a politically and socially charged full length album, accompanied by a band of poets and artists, as they attempt to look at the idea of modern day slavery. (((FACTS))))) – walks the line of rap and poetry. Inspired by the historical Madison Washington (who led the first and only successful slave rebellion in the . Malik Ameer raps on behalf of the contemporary, and possibly future, runaway slaves. Hence, ((((FACTS)))) attempts to articulate the contemporary abolitionist's modus operandi in regards to slavery past and present, from the mutiny of slave ships to the hacking of algorithms and microchips.
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Madison Washington - ((((FACTS)))). 30 April ·. New video for the first single from the forthcoming album by Madison Washington. 28 April ·. Unofficial: Pan Amsterdam. 27 April ·. S/0 to Iggy Pop for being down with us from day1.
Madison Washington was an American enslaved cook who instigated a slave revolt in November 1841 on board the brig Creole, which was transporting 134 other slaves from Virginia for sale in New Orleans, as part of the coastwise slave trade. On the night of Nov. 7, 1841, Washington led 17 of his fellow slaves into rebellion; they killed one of the slave traders on board and wounded crew. Taking control of the Creole, they commanded that it be sailed to Nassau, which was under British control.
Madison Washington was an American cook who started a slave revolt in 1841 on board the brig Creole. The ship was transporting over 130 slaves from Virginia to sell in New Orleans, as part of the coastwise slave trade. Although the Creole was a domestic ship, the Black men and women on board suffered conditions to those of the international slave ships, such as indiscriminate cruelty, sexual abuse and physical deprivation. On the night of November 7, 1841, Washington led over a dozen of his fellow slaves into rebellion; they killed one of the slave traders on board and wounded the crew
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