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By Matthew Kachur

The transatlantic slave alternate forcibly introduced hundreds of thousands of Africans to the Americas. In doing so, it impacted peoples and cultures around the globe. The legacy of the slave alternate has had lasting results at the American tradition for generations. This paintings explores this exciting time in American heritage.

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