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Victor Schoelcher (French Abolitionist)

Syllabus of the Sub-subject: Victor Schoelcher (Abolitionist, France).

  1. The French Humanist and Abolitionist Victor Schoelcher (Catholic)
  2. His role in the abolition of the slavery
The Sub-subject “Victor Schoelcher (French Abolitionist)” is part of the following programs:
  1. Doctorates (Online): America, Africa
  2. Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business

Languages of study English or French Victor Schoelcher Portuguese Victor Schoelcher Spanish Victor Schoelcher

Sample of the Sub-subject: French Abolitionist Victor Schoelcher (slave trade)
Victor Schoelcher Abolitionist

Description of the Sub-Subject: Victor Schoelcher

The Writer, Abolitionist, and Humanist Victor Schoelcher was born in 1804 in Paris (France, Europe); he died in 1893.

  1. With twenty-five years he travelled to the United States, Mexico, and Cuba to do business; but he discovers the brutality and inhumanity of the slavery
  2. After the trip to the Americas, he decided to devote his life and resources to the Abolition of the Slavery in French colonies
  3. In his work, he analyses the economic and social benefits of the abolition of the African-Americans slaves (as in England)
  4. Chairperson of the Committee for the abolition of the slavery in France (1848): 260,000 people were released in Africa, America, and the Indian Ocean Islands
  5. “Schoelcher was a revolutionary beating abolitionism” Aime Cesaire
  6. Victor Schoelcher was Catholic (Christianity)

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