Title

Yunusa oral interviews, 1975, 009A through 009B

Creator

Date

22 Aug 1975

Description

Part 1 [009A - 009B] :
Interviewer: Yusufu Yunusa
Interviewee: M. Sani Shuaibu, male, 36 years old
Date: August 22, 1975
Duration:
Place: Hausawa Road, Kano City
Topics discussed: Slavery in Islam
Notes: Perhaps very educated Muslim scholar with an example of slavery in Islam.

A slave child can ask his father to free his mother; Coptic tradition and slavery.

Part 2 [009B] :
Interviewer: Yusufu Yunusa
Interviewee: M. Shehu Moh. Ahmed, male, 45 years old
Date: August 22, 1975
Duration: 12 mins
Place: Hausawa Road, Kano City
Topics discussed: Slavery
Notes: Discussion on horrible slave master and his slaves; stated slaves lives and ineqaulity in Gwandu. Child or small babies are buried half of their bodies and their mothers would feed them; in such situation the mothers sometimes can be beaten up by doing so. Even slave baby would not have a freedom to crawl around in some Gwandu. Such as Gaida Gwandu which is individual owner

Please note that the quality of the audio recordings may be poor.

Language

Hausa

Coverage

Rights

© 1975 Yusufu Yunusa

Citation

Yunusa, Yusufu, “Yunusa oral interviews, 1975, 009A through 009B,” The Harriet Tubman Resource Centre Digital Archive, accessed July 20, 2019, http://digital.tubmaninstitute.ca/items/show/780.

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