Portugal must ‘pay costs’ of slavery and colonial crimes, president says | Reuters

“Portugal trafficked nearly 6 million Africans, more than any other European nation, but has failed so far to confront its past and little is taught about its role in transatlantic slavery in schools,” Catarina Demony writes in Reuters.

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