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The Morant Bay Rebellion (October 11 1865)
A local riot, the Morant Bay rebellion was a confrontation between men and women led by Paul Bogle against local colonial authorities in Jamaica. The rebellion was a signal event in Jamaica's struggle for self-determination and socio-economic justice. Over 400 black Jamaicans died as a result of reprisals by British troops.
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