This week in the twittersphere, Tom Zoellner explores how the uprising of 60,000 Jamaicans in 1831 changed the very nature of revolt. Read more here.
In her article, "The Wrongful Death of Toussaint Louverture," Marlene Daut examines how the hero of the Haitian Revolution's death was a story of deliberate destruction. Learn more here.
The spring workshops for Barbados Runaways, a public history and outreach platform dedicated to fugitive slave advertisements in colonial Barbados newspapers, is now available online and can be found on the project's new website. Learn more here.
Lindsay Chervinsky and Callie Hopkins examine the enslaved household of John Quincy Adams in their article published by White House History. Find it here.