Marie Thérèse Coincoin: A Slave Master’s Story in Antebellum America

Introduction: In the annals of American history, the narrative of slavery is often depicted as a binary struggle between oppressors and the oppressed. However, the reality is far more nuanced, as evidenced by individuals like Marie Thérèse Coincoin, whose life challenges simplistic notions of power and complicity. Born into slavery in August 1742 in Natchitoches…

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Unveiling the Dark Reality: Corrupt Corporations and Chinese Slave Labor Exploiting Uyghurs

Introduction In the heart of northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region lies a deeply disturbing issue that has shaken the world’s conscience – the exploitation of Uyghur minority groups through forced labor by corrupt corporations. The plight of the Uyghurs, a predominantly Muslim ethnic group, has gained global attention due to the alarming reports of…

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The White Slave Trade: The Dark History of Abducting and Exploiting Women and Children

From the 16th to the 19th centuries, the Barbary corsairs of North Africa conducted raids along the northern Mediterranean coastline, targeting nations such as Britain, France, Italy, and Sicily. In their relentless pursuit of slaves, some pirates even ventured as far as the shores of Iceland, launching raids inland to capture people and transport them…

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