Joseph Cinqué is afraid he’ll never see his family again. Kidnapped by slave traders and sold at auction, he finds himself chained in the hull of a cramped ship, Amistad, with more than fifty other Africansincluding a few children. Cinqué must do something. But what? In this truly epic adventure, Joseph Cinqué wants only one thing: freedom. But what he achieves, with the help of former president John Quincy Adams, is far, far greaterJoseph Cinqué makes history.
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Powerful example freedom (rights, religion, slavery) and the ability to leave a mark on history. Challenges students to stand for their convictions.