‘You don’t have any rights, we own you’
‘We haven’t had a cohort of people living permanently in US without full rights of citizenship since slavery’
Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman died on March 10, 1913.
‘One slave got whipped five times a day…’
The true story of how the Dutch kept slavery going in New York until well into the twentieth century.
‘So the more important thing is don’t divide the country’
On Tuesday, Biden told a largely black audience that Republicans want to “put y’all in chains.”
Abolitionists used nullification as a weapon in the fight against slavery.
Why are liberal gay activists letting Obama get away with his wishy-washy stance on gay marriage?
Labor union sues Indiana, calls working alongside nonunion employees ‘slavery’
‘We’re looking at a very dim future if any of these Republican candidates occupy that Oval Office’
What the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 has in common with the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.
‘The world is f**ked. Slaves in 2012?? It’s madness. Where are all the adults?’
‘Sadly, it seems that PETA, like the plantation owners of our past, also think humans are animals’
Aneka Burton was outraged when her son, an African American elementary school student, told her he was forced to play a slave during a class assignment
The notion that the Constitution condoned slavery is a stock liberal claim. It is false.
More than 20 arrested in human-trafficking sweep - Star Tribune
Federal and local investigators arrested more than 20 suspects in the Twin Cities in connection to an extensive Somali human trafficking operation
It may be true that we’ve lost tremendous amounts of personal liberty and economic freedom over the last decade. But of these are small speed bumps on a road that has let us out of the shackles of slavery and despotism to the closest we’ve ever been to a true regime of liberty
Gov. Bob McDonnell has brought Confederate History Month back to Virginia after an eight-year hiatus
American missionaries may be using sex trafficker as adviser - New York Times
The police in El Salvador have begun an investigation into whether a man suspected of leading a trafficking ring involving Central American and Caribbean women and girls is also a legal adviser to many of the Americans charged with trying to take 33 children out of Haiti without permission