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Dutch king apologises for slave trade in historic speech
Dutch King Willem-Alexander apologised on Saturday for his country's role in slavery and asked for forgiveness in a historic speech
Dutch King apologises for Netherlands' role in slavery
Other European governments and monarchs are moving at different paces as they confront horrors of the past.
Culture Re-View: The first ever Juneteenth is marked in Texas
On this day in 1865, Juneteenth came into being, celebrating African-American culture - and a watershed moment in the history of slavery.
Portugal should apologise for colonialism, says President
It is the first time a southern European leader has suggested a national apology for the colonial period.
King Charles III backs research into UK monarchy's slavery ties
King Charles III backed research into the UK monarchy's ties to slavery after a document revealed that his ancestor had shares in a slave-trading company.
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
On this day, the boxer Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali. Why Ali changed his name is part of a long tradition of African Americans refusing the labels of slavery.
'Gone with the Wind' could have depicted slavery very differently
A historian paid $15,000 for an early copy of the 'Gone with the Wild' shooting script. In it, he's discovered that the production very nearly went a different way with its controversial depiction of slavery.
Some EU nations have apologised for their colonial past. Is it enough?
The Netherlands became the latest country to apologise for its historical role in slavery and the slave trade.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte apologises for country's role in the slave trade
Rutte gave a 20-minute speech at the National Archives in The Hague, despite campaigners' requests to delay a formal apology until next year.
Dutch government 'set to officially apologise for slavery'
Slavery helped fund the Netherland's 'Golden Age', a period of prosperity and trade in the 16th and 17th centuries.
French leftist parties call for public tribute to first black MP
After a racist incident in the French National Assembly on Thursday, a group of leftist parties are calling for a public tribute to the country's first black lawmaker and anti-slavery activist, Jean-Baptiste Belley.
Cambridge University admits it profited from historical slavery
Several British institutions have been re-evaluating the central role that slavery had in enriching Britain and how they benefited from its injustices.
How would the EU's ban on products made with forced labour work?
The European Commission is planning on cracking down on forced labour worldwide by banning products in part or completely made as a result of it from being sold in the EU.
Brussels to unveil plans to ban products made using forced labour
China has been dogged by allegations of using forced labour against Uyghur Muslims in its western Xinjiang province.
Prince Charles apologises for slavery as Commonwealth leaders meet
The heir to the UK throne said the Commonwealth “must find ways, new ways, to acknowledge our past”.
Utrecht mayor apologises for Dutch city's past role in slave trade
Mayor Sharon Dijksma said she was acknowledging the "dark side of our city's history".
Holiday cruise giant MSC using Cuban workers as 'slaves', says NGO
The company allegedly works with Selecmark, the Cuban authority which "lends" Cuban workers all over the world.
Dutch king to stop using royal carriage over colonial criticism
The carriage features images of black and Asian people offering gifts to a seated young white woman.
Art student had 'no racist motive' when plastering slavery statue
Modeste Testas (the subject of the statue), apparently Ethiopian, was bought as a teenager in 1781 by two brothers from Bordeaux then taken to their sugar plantation in the Caribbean