BREFFU: Story of Ghanaian Slave Woman Who Led the Biggest Slave Revolt in The West Indies In 1733

(LIBERTY WRITERS AFRICA – September 21, 2019) – The revolts by African slaves in the Americas, the West Indies, and Europe, started to increase around the 1700s. The revolt by Breffu and her people happened in 1733. It was a mighty revolt against the Danes who at that time were the European power who owned the West Indies. Although before the Danes ruled and controlled the West Indies, it was first governed and controlled by the Spanish, the British, the French, and the Dutch, all from 1600 to 1718. READ IN FULL