Nat Turner


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Noun1.Nat Turner - United States slave and insurrectionist who in 1831 led a rebellion of slaves in Virginia; he was captured and executed (1800-1831)
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As Coleman explains, the practice of conjure was associated with freedom and rebellion: Slaves turned to conjurers to protect them from the depredations of their masters, while Nat Turner and others "evoked the powers of the spiritual world in their revolutionary efforts" (38-39).
The reprinting of long-forgotten delicacies like Mugwamp in a Hole, Delta Jabberwock Ice Cream Cake, Chicken Brunswick Stew, Nat Turner Crackling Bread and Wandering Pilgrim's Stew deepens our knowledge of recipes that were seldom passed down or limited to certain regions.
They are of the opinion, with a few notable exceptions, that the Nat Turner created by William Styron has little resemblance to the Virginia slave insurrectionist who is a hero to his people.
Investors include Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg, co-founders of Flatiron Health(a Google Ventures led recipient of $130 million in Series B funding), Vivek Garipalli, co-founder of CarePoint Health, Arnold Schaeffer, founder of Spring Valley Capital and an original senior executive at VeriSign, and Galvanize Ventures.
of Alberta, Canada) begins with a reading of the Confessions of Nat Turner and explores the legal discourse of human movement under the institution of slavery.
But in the mid-1950s the church revived a militant tradition, the tradition of Nat Turner, Denmark Vesey, Harriet Tubman, and Frederick Douglass.
Simanga references black history from David Walker to Nat Turner, from Angela Davis to Malcolm X.
Indeed, Saint Domingo [became] the symbol for black liberation struggles throughout the hemisphere and touched off a series of new insurrectionary attempts"(3): Gabriel Prossser in 1800, Denmark Vesey in 1822, Nat Turner in 1831; to turn to the major North American black rebellions is to discover allusions to Haiti.
Big Data's Impact on Evidence-based Cancer Care- Nat Turner, Co-Founder, Zach Weinberg, Co-Founder, Robin Shah, Flatiron Health
The second story, evoking Nat Turner in its title, "Confession," describes the actions of those who participated in the 1739 Stono Rebellion.
THE PERIOD FROM THE INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT Washington to the famous slave revolt of Nat Turner was one of remarkable change in the United States: slavery gradually ended in the North, there was a halting, then explosive economic expansion in the South, and there was a migration of tens of thousands of Americans across the Appalachians to the West.
Located in Durham, North Carolina, Adzerk is backed by a great group of investors, including Great Oaks, Bob Senoff, Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg.