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Priscilla’s Story: A guided tour of a slave fortress

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During the transatlantic slave trade in 1756, a 10-year-old girl by the name of Priscilla was kidnapped in Sierra Leone, west Africa and brought to Bunce Island, one of the most notorious slave trading fortresses in the world.  NBC’s Ron Allen takes a tour of the island with American history professor, Joe Opala.