David Olusoga on the Guardian’s links to slavery: ‘That reality can’t be negotiated with’

The historians Prof David Olusoga and Dr Cassandra Gooptar reveal how the Manchester Guardian’s 19th-century founders had connections to transatlantic enslavement and how a ‘trick of history’ has obscured our understanding of the links between slavery and Britain’s Industrial Revolution.


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