The first major Caribbean cultural institution dedicated to the Slave trade, the Mémorial ACTe is a memorial site, resource centre on the history of Slavery and Human rights and forum of expression for the growing Caribbean contemporary art scene. This vibrant venue aims to be a scientific, historical and artistic leading institution in this broad area of the world. Initiated by the President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe, Victorin LUREL, and the Region Guadeloupe acting on a proposal from the Comité International des Peuples Noirs (CIPN), the Mémorial ACTe project was launched with the intent to be a place of remembrance of the history of the Slave Trade, opened to the contemporary world. The History of slavery belongs to Guadeloupeans and residents of the Caribbean, but it also concerns the whole of Humanity. This memorial and research site brings

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