The Haiti Massacre of 1804
The Haitian, Perfect Ship, and Marlborough Ship Massacres were attempts to annihilate the mulatto elite and free African slaves. They occurred in 1804, 1758, and in 1752 respectively.
The 1865 Jamaican Morant Bay and The Malagasy Uprisings were fought against British and French oppressors. Morant Bay leader Paul Bogle and his comrades torched the Court House, taking over the city. Malagasy Black Nationalist Freedom Fighters brought down French Prime Minister Paul Ramadier.
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