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Up From Slavery is the 1901 autobiography of Booker T. Washington detailing his slow and steady rise from a slave child during the Civil War, to the difficulties and obstacles he overcame to get an education at the new Hampton University, to his work establishing vocational schools—most notably the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama—to help black people and other disadvantaged minorities learn useful, marketable skills and work to pull themselves, as a race, up by the bootstraps. He reflects on t ...
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Sick_of_Slavery

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News, experiences, interviews, rants, etc. on politics, social issues, ideas, philosophies, and the like. I am an anarchist, so much of my analysis will be coming from that viewpoint.
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Modern Slavery PEC podcast

Modern Slavery PEC

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The podcast from the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre is where we discuss evidence and research to support good law and policy to protect people from modern slavery. We talk to researchers about evidence they uncover in their research. We want to find out what practical impact on policies, laws and practice our research can have, and in turn what impact it can have on real people’s lives.
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Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast is a series exploring the connections between global finance and modern slavery and human trafficking. We’ll look at all the different ways the financial sector can harness its leverage to end modern slavery, forced labour and human trafficking, and bring you a roundup of all the latest developments, from environmental, social and governance (ESG) regulation to revealing research.
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Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

Radio Free Asia

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Human trafficking has become a global problem. Millions of people become victims through entrapment and exploitation. In this in-depth series, RFA reporters go into the heart of Asia's human trafficking business to document cases of this form of modern slavery.
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The Reckoning traces the history and lasting impact of slavery in America by looking at how the institution unfolded in Kentucky. The state remained in the Union during the Civil War, but many white Kentuckians fought to hang onto slavery and the wealth the enslaved provided. In the years that followed, former Unionists and Confederates banded together to violently deny black citizens a seat at the table. As part of this story, we will meet members of two families, one white and one black, w ...
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Slavery and The Social Studies

Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.

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This podcast provides resource material for use with Clark County School District's Teaching American History Grant module titled "Slavery and Integrated Social Studies ." As part of the module, third through fifth grade teachers will learn to use and create Google Earth resources to create Google Lit Trips.
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Focus on Modern Slavery!

Transforming Communities Together

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The more people can recognise and report modern slavery, the more effectively we can safeguard victims and bring the traffickers to justice. At TCT we want to raise awareness, empowering our listeners by informing, sharing and educating through the interviews, discussions and conversations. We want to continue to encourage one another that together, we can change the narrative from indifference to making a difference! Find out more about TCT at https://www.tctogether.org.uk Track Info: Happy ...
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An International Symposium funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art and co-organized by the Rothermere American Institute and the Art History Department, University of Oxford and the Department of American and Canadian Studies, University of Nottingham, UK. This event is also made possible due to sponsorship by the Philip Leverhulme Trust.
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Today’s Christians and conservatives are largely unaware of the extent of the suffering of blacks in American History, from slavery to Jim Crow to the 1960s and even to today. They are largely unaware how systematic it was and what institutions were created specifically to maintain the injustices. Christians are largely unaware that their own clergy and churches were among the leading proponents of the systems, and have no idea of the convicting and sad reasons why, or of the theological jus ...
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Red X Podcast exists to raise awareness of human trafficking in North America and empower everyday people to work with their local municipalities to create a safe place for citizens, a hostile environment for criminals, and a second chance for survivors. Host, Nicole Bernard, is the director of Second Life North Carolina. Nicole is the mother of four. She initially learned about human trafficking on the international scale but discovered that trafficking was happening in her own community ab ...
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Today's podcast features Hillsdale College's Assistant Professor and Research Fellow, David Azerrad. Azerrad explains the guiding principles of the Founders, especially in creating the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. He further explains the paradox of liberty and slavery as seen in the personal lives of the Founders. Azerrad …
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Director A. Troy Thomas sits down with Sara Bon-Harper, Executive Director of James Monroe’s Highland, to discuss many of the contributions of James Monroe. Monroe was the last Founding Father to serve as President, a two time Governor of Virginia, a US Senator, an ambassador to Britain and France, as well as Secretary of State. An accomplished sol…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews historian Richard Beeman. Richard was the John Walsh Centennial Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania. He was also the director of the Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies. Richard wrote several books, including "Plain Honest Men: The Making of the American Constitution," and "Our Lives,…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews Pulitzer Prize winning author, Joseph Ellis about America's Founding Fathers and slavery. Ellis argues that we should cease arguing about whether the Founders were heroes or villains, but instead grapple with them as flawed human beings who we can learn from because of their imperfections and what they did well.…
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How can we co-create research to better align with the needs and interests of people with lived experience so that they can lead and direct it? And how can better we involve people with lived experience in the wider work addressing modern slavery? The Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence (Modern Slavery PEC) has published research pr…
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In this latest FAST podcast episode, FAST’s government and multilateral organizations lead, Andy Shen sat down with Caleb Thole from Global Hope Mobilization, a Malawi-based civil society organization, Martina Vandenberg from the Human Trafficking Legal Center, a US-based civil society organization, Sheri Levine-Shea from Barclays, Hennie Verbeek f…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews professor Eric Jackson about Colonial America, Slavery and The Founding Fathers. Eric Jackson is a professor of American History at Northern Kentucky University with over 50 journal publications.Inertia Films
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In this new FAST podcast episode (one of two), FAST’s Government and Multilateral Organizations Lead, Andy Shen, Research Associate Dr Loria-Mae Heywood, and Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, Nadine Kambriss provide details on a year-long project focused on asset recovery and compensation for victims and survivors of human trafficking and forced la…
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Modern slavery and the procurement of medical supplies in Malaysia, Prof Alex Hughes, University of Newcastle. Recording of a Modern Slavery PEC lunchtime seminar, a series of events designed to promote modern slavery research in an accessible way to everyone. Check out the lunchtime seminar series and sign up to the next one on the Modern Slavevry…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews former Director of Education at James Madison’s Montpelier, Christian Cotz. Christian discusses James Madison's role in crafting the United States Constitution and his ownership of slaves at his family's large Virginia plantation, Montpelier.Inertia Films
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews the 2006 Social Studies Teacher of the Year, India Meissel. She discusses European colonization of North America, the history of slavery in the New World before and after the American Revolution as well as the Founding Fathers' complicated relationship with slavery.…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews author and historian Jon Kukla about Patrick Henry. Perhaps best known for his "Liberty or Death" speech at St. John's Church, Patrick Henry was also an American founder who owned slaves. Jon Kukla discusses the nuances of this seeming contradiction.Inertia Films
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews Lonnie Bunch, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and the first African American and first historian to serve as head of the Smithsonian. He was also the founding director of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). In this episode, Lonnie discusses the museum as wel…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews the president and CEO of George Washington's Mount Vernon, Doug Bradburn. Doug discusses the complexities of liberty and slavery in the founding era of the United States and how the views of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson changed throughout their lives. For more information on the award-winning documentary…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews historian and author, Henry Wiencek about George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Both founders' views on slavery seemed to change throughout their lives. Listen to find out how. For more information on the award-winning documentary, Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers, visit our website.…
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Director A. Troy Thomas interviews historians, authors, theologians and other experts about the founding of the United States of America and the paradox of liberty and slavery. Each episode will feature an extended interview conducted for the documentary film, Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers For more information visit o…
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Recording of the event from 17 July held at St. Mary’s University Twickenham to launch the research that the Modern Slavery PEC commissioned to understand the current challenges around equality, diversity and inclusion in modern slavery research and to develop recommendations to improve it. It includes a short introduction from the lead researcher …
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We kick off the season of FAST: The Podcast, with an episode delving into ‘Canada Leading by Example’ on developing a risk-based approach to improving both financial inclusion for survivors and financial investigations into modern slavery, in particular human trafficking. Listen to industry leaders as they share how they lead their financial instit…
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Recording of the event held on 30th January 2023, organised by the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (Modern Slavery PEC) on building capacity of smaller NGOs to partner on academic research projects. It's the second event of our series 'How to research modern slavery better', bringing together people from the anti-slavery …
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Modern Slavery PEC research found that meaningful engagement of people with lived experience of modern slavery in policies and programmes makes them more effective in addressing them. On this episode of the Modern Slavery PEC podcast we talk meaningful engagement of people with lived experience of modern slavery with two researchers led the researc…
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On 14 September 2022, the European Commission published a proposal to prohibit products made with forced labour on the EU market. So, in this episode of the Modern Slavery PEC podcast we’re talking forced labour import bans. In the first part we’re talking specifically about the EU proposal to Sofia Gonzalez de Aguinaga from the Bingham Centre, who…
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Recording of the event held on 18 July 2022, organised by the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre on building equitable partnerships between academics and NGOs in modern slavery research. It's the first event of a new series of events 'How to research modern slavery better', bringing together people from the anti-slavery sect…
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On this episode of the Modern Slavery PEC podcast we're discussing the lack of diversity in modern slavery research, what we need to do to improve it, as well as our own Modern Slavery PEC's strategy to change it. In the first part of the podcast we're discussing a situation in the wider modern slavery sector with Debbie Ariyo from AFRUCA, whose wo…
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We are delighted to speak to Rosie Venner, the Money Makes Change Programme Manager and Bryn Lauder the Communications and Campaigns Manager from ECCR about their work and how that impacts social justice and a call to action for the church and communities. ECCR’s (The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility) vision is to see money used in a…
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We are delighted to speak to Christian Guy, Chief Executive of international anti-slavery NGO, Justice & Care Former Special Adviser to the Prime Minister in 10 Downing Street & Chief Executive at the Centre for Social Justice. Non-Executive Director & Trustee. Christian shares about tackling Modern Slavery here in the UK. Recently a range of high-…
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For Anti-Slavery Day we are talking about the importance of listening to people with lived experience of modern slavery. Developing new evidence that draws directly from lived experience of survivors is key to improving the policies designed to address modern slavery. But what does it mean to listen to survivors of modern slavery? What does it mean…
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In the first episode of the Modern Slavery PEC podcast we’re talking about consumers and their role in addressing modern slavery. We’re discussing the Modern Slavery PEC report entitled ‘Addressing consumer awareness and (in)action towards modern slavery” with their authors Dr Michal Carrington from the University of Melbourne, Professor Andreas Ch…
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In the last episode of this season of FAST: The Podcast, we explore issues around remedy for survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. Under human rights law, survivors have a right to a remedy, but that right is often very hard to realize. Court processes are long and costly and outcomes often rest on very technical questions. The UN Guid…
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