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From 1700 to 1740 an estimated 43,000 slaves were imported into Virginia, and all but about 4,000 were imported directly from Africa.Right-wing blogger Jason Kessler says he planned what he calls a “pro-white” rally to protest Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Former KKK grand wizard David Duke, an ardent supporter of President Trump, attended the rally and said the gathering was a fulfillment of the president’s vision for America.“We are determined to take our country back,” Duke said.Slaves resisted their servitude by running away, fighting back and poisoning food.By 1750, populations of displaced Africans would range from an estimated 550 in New Hampshire to over 101,000 in Virginia.Upon recapture, a Virginia judge ordered the European servants to serve their master for one more year; the African servant was ordered to serve his master for the rest of his life.In the ensuing years, Virginia passed laws that severely restricted the rights of African slaves and expanded the rights of their owners.Historians have now discovered that the number of women and men imported was more or less equal, as well as a high number of children.West African women’s cultures played a central role in mid- to late-eighteenth-century slave life in Virginia, particularly the powerful bond between mother and child, as well as the connection between females within a community.If the mother was a slave, then her child was doomed to slavery.The slave trade so increased the African slave population in America that by the late 1600s, colonists were beginning to worry about slave revolts.