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GLAA Dec 2
Today is International Day for the Abolition of Slavery. We all have a part to play in ending slavery. It may be choosing to get our goods and services elsewhere or reporting what we've seen. .
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AJ+ Dec 2
Think slavery is outlawed in America? On International Day for the , hear prisoners speak out against “modern-day slavery.”
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Rights Lab Dec 2
Photographing modern slavery: what is responsible practice? Our new report on antislavery imagery & survivor perspectives is out today for International Day for the .
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AJ+ Dec 2
The largest slave revolt in U.S. history happened outside New Orleans and you probably never learned about it. On International Day for the we tell you why.
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Tatiana Gren-Jardan Dec 1
Today is the International Day of . UK has a proud historic legacy of eradicating once. We must unite and do it again. can be and must be stopped.
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Mohamedou O Salahi Dec 2
Happy International Day for Abolition of Slavery. Slavery has no place in our society!
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Britannia PR 2 Dec 15
Day is Today 2 Dec 2015. Take a stand to end exploitation Support Please RT
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Rebecca Grant 2 Dec 17
I understand that the evils of the world are hard to confront esp when on our doorstep.Slavery is still very real today&not just in foreign lands or in the the signs of humantrafficking&abolish slavery once&for all @UnseenOrg
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Herbiⓥore 25 Nov 18
“All sentient beings should have at least one right: the right not to be treated as property.”
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Donna Gooby 🌈 1 Dec 18
Slavery still occurs around the world. An abomination against humanity. International Day for
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Lee Camp [Redacted] 2 Dec 17
Today's the international day for the . In addition to recognizing modern forms of US slavery: prison labor, trafficking, wage slavery + crushing debt, we MUST recognize our country's role in bringing present day slave auctions to Libya.
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Grecia Reynoso Arias Dec 4
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Fababy 10 May 13
PLUS Q´UNE HISTOIRE..UN COMBAT ! BLACK PEOPLE 💪❤
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Forest Whitaker 2 Dec 14
Let's raise our voices against the unacceptable! 21 million women, men & children still trapped in slavery worldwide!
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World Sustainability Week - Geneva 2020 - SDGs 2 Dec 15
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𝑅𝑒𝑔 ⚣ Dec 2
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Rosamna Reynoso Arias Dec 4
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🅰ntiquity Journal Dec 2
Today is the day of . The first trans-Atlantic slave-trade was by Columbus in the Carribean, who existing trade networks and routes within and between islands (📸) to explore and exploit the region. From 🅰 2018 ➡ (£)
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Euripides L Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺 Feb 12
"Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves." Abraham Born in abject poverty, the great emancipator & statesman, fought to preserve the Union of the United States of America. Born 1809.
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Rakie Ayola (Cardiffian) Jan 7
Looking forward to seeing in , written by Juliet Gilkes Romero and directed by . , Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1 Feb - 21 March.
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