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About Abolition Day
Abolition Day is celebrated held on May 27th of every year in Guadeloupe. The abolition of slavery, a sculpture in the memory of Solitude was inaugurated as homage and recognition of the victims of the slave-trade and anti-slavery resistance leaders. She is the struggle against slavery. Solitude, daughter of a French sailor and an African woman. Solitude was freed in the first abolition of 1794 but, after Napoleon restored slavery in the French colonies in 1802, she became a maroon and joined freedom fighters Delgrès and others.
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