The Sahara Desert: Modern Day Slavery in Morocco, the Closed Border Between Morocco and Algeria, the Camel Trade, the Matriarchal Society of Timbuktu, Mali, the Indigenous Ethnicities of Timbuktu, the Gold and Salt Trades, and the Erosion of Timbuktu and Conservation to Impede This

The Sahara Desert spans 11 countries, an area of more than 7,760,000 (7.76 million) square kilometers, and can reach temperatures of over 50 degrees Celsius. Slavery has not been abolished in Morocco and is technically still legal even during the modern day. Many people have parents, or grandparents who were born into slavery and have experienced slavery first hand. An estimated 13,000,000 (13 million) slaved were transported north across the Sahara, a similar number to those forced into slavery...

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