How did religion and family provide a refuge from the harsh life enslaved Africans were forced to endure?
It provided comfort and hope that they could make it through the hard times also that they felt it could improve their spirits of getting away from the slave owners free and clear
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they were so important to them because they helped them from not giving up hOpe
Enslaved Africans had to make sure that their slave owners andtheir families were safe and protected or else the slaves would getbeaten horribly or killed.
The Family was important to enslaved Africans because they helped them survive brutality of slavery. they gave them hope and encouragement.
they formed close ties with each other
Life for the Enslaved Afrficans was hard. They were taken away from their family and homes in Africa. They were forced to work in the feild for as long as they live. They made… tobacco as a cash crop for the farmers so the can buy goods or services the farmers would like. Glad to answer your question :) by: Tre'veon
Slaves endured germs and disease. There were no bathrooms so the Africans had to go on the ship which sometimes got others sick. I f there was no enough food on the ship some …of slaves were thrown off the ship.
Well, in terms of family, they had their children often ripped away to be sold, or killed if they were scrawny. The men could expect their wives to be forced to be sex slaves …and breeders, and they themselves would be too busy with working to death to hold on to any semplance of religion.
Their family was the only people they could trust and the only people who understood what they were going through. Religion gave them hope.
It hurts the African Americans.
How did religion and family provided a refuge from the harsh life enslaved africans were forced to endure?
Many slaves became Christian even when their "masters" were not Christian because many Christians were against slavery and the slaves were given hope. The slaves that were abl…e to stay at the same places as their family clinged to that love as their faith and love were the only things that no one could take from them.
How did religion and family provide a refuge from the harsh life enslave Africans were forced to endure?
because they wanted sex
They had extended families to take care of them since they were separated from their real ones. They also held on to all there traditions.
How did African culture and religion help enslave African Americans endure the hardships of plantation life?
Africans still practiced their traditional Yoruba & Vodoureligions, under slavery, by concealing it under the guise offollowing Christianity.
How did African culture and religion help enslaved African Americans endure the hardships of plantation life?
African culture and religion helped enslaved African Americans endure hardships of plantation life by giving them something to have faith in. Africans are known for their deep… roots in spirituality, and this gave African American slaves confidence that things would eventually look up for them.
How did religion and family provide a refuge from harsh life enslaved africans were forced to endure?
Religion was a second refuge for slaves
Everything their "owners" didn't want to do. Literally everything.
By taking them to the Underground Railroad to make them run away