This week in the twittersphere, nearly 6,000 Confederate Slave Payroll records have been digitized by the U.S. National Archives in a multiyear project that concluded in January. The entire collection can now be viewed online. Learn more here.
In her article published by JSTOR Daily, Livia Gershon explores how some Quaker abolitionists worked undercover to eradicate slavery. Find it here.
Published by Politico, Leslie Harris’s article, “I Helped Fact-Check the 1619 Project. The Times Ignored Me,” examines how critics have used overstated claims to discredit The 1619 Project. Read more here.
New digital tools, including time lapse features and three-dimensional imagery, shed light on the integral role of the transatlantic slave trade to the development of Liverpool. Learn more here.