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This week in the twittersphere, Georgetown University released a new timeline graphic that follows the sale of enslaved people by the Maryland Jesuits', from the first discussions of a sale by clergy members in 1813 to documentation of emancipation in Louisiana in 1864. See it here.

A new episode on Jack Dappa Blues Podcast explores the role of the bloodhound before, during, and after slavery. Find it here

The American Battlefield Trust published a brief history of Bleeding Kansas, a violent guerilla war between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces that contributed to the Civil War, to mark the event's anniversary this week. Learn more here

Published by Time, Jeff Forret traces the roots of modern mass incarceration to slavery in his article, "The History of Modern Mass Incarceration of African Americans Goes Deeper Than You May Think." Read it here

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