Gustave Boulanger's painting The Slave Market
Slaves in Rome, from all colors and ages
Historically, not only “Blacks” were enslaved, but lots of “Caucasians” as well.. Certainly; when both “Masters and Slaves” shared the same skin, the memories of the associated atrocities had quickly diminished; while new breed or “unidentified” mixed blood took over the life.. Skin had played a great role among Masters and Slave across the world..
Local slavery was known in India, China, Arabia, Eastern Europe, Native Americans, and Africans too.. In today’ world, these countries sound as intact communities; while anthropology and folklore prove the various kinships and ethnic divide each has.. Yet, their "unified skin" provide an “Umbrella” or a melting pot for all citizens..
I can understand the historical religious influence of Black/White slavery context.. The Curse of Ham” had provided strong advocacy for such slavery at the early practices.. Yet, who would unshakably confirm that there is no further “Anti-Niger-Parasites” within the literate consciousness; which occasionally and uncontrollably would indirectly condemn or fiercely reject any cross racial affairs..?