A plantation owner was a person that owned slaves and a farm that the slaves worked on
A plantation overseer is like a foreman - a person in charge to make sure work is done and employees are managed. Addendum. A plantation officer is not like a foreman who works with legally employed people who willingly sign a contract to do a work. They are enforcers who make sure people do the work a master wants done whether the enslaved want to or not.
THey were forced to work, mostly against their will.
In Africa, this is because Africa is a poor country. It lived in the poverty line, with no shelters and good cothes. So they were forced to be slaves.
Slave traders and plantation owners.
They were SLAVES and forced to work. They were considered property. I would run away too.
can a judge forced a permanent disabled person to work /or to do community hours?
For religious freedom. Some were kidnapped and forced into slavery for rich white men to work on their farms plantation.
Slavery was never a culture. It was when plantation owners bought over African Americans and forced them to work on their plantations for no pay. It was outlawed in the US by the 13th amendmant
A plantation owner was the person who owned the property and the slaves that worked on it.
people who work for no pay are called slaves.