The organized armed rebellions were the most remarkable forms of resistance shown by the enslaved individuals. During these staged attacks by the slaves, weapons were seized from their masters, there was the burning and looting of properties and to sum up all these, and some of the masters most of whom were whites were killed. Examples of armed rebellions which came up during the slave resistance mainly occurred in areas such as New York, which was in the year 1712, South Carolina in 1739 and also New Orleans which happened in 1811. These rebellions however achieved little in fighting for their freedom since most of the slaves ended up being killed instead of earning their freedom. In spite of the constant failures of the rebellions, the violence and brutality that categorized the rebellions was a reminder to the white people that slavery of the individuals is something which will never pass without being challenged.
This was also a form of slavery resistance from the enslaved individuals. This form was most evident in the work stations where forced labor was the order of the day. The slaves showed resistance in their work if their masters made an increase in their workloads, the slaves being provided with scanty rations or when they were punished severely by their masters. The slaves therefore resisted in accordance to this by the way of working slowly on the work they had been given. Some of the slaves also pretended to be sick and even others went as far as breaking the working tools they used on the farms.
Theft was used as another form of slavery resistance by those under enslavement. The most common incidences of theft were those of the foodstuffs. The slaves however had justifications on the reasons they had to steal. To start with, their work on the farms required that one takes in food that is rich in nutrition and calorie providence. This was however not the case as their meals which were inadequate could provide