Recent Examples of enslave from the Web
That definitely grounds this into a very dark reality of being imprisoned and enslaved.
Whether or not we were warned, we were certainly captivated by Hulu’s Emmy-winning adaptation of the dystopian parable, which takes place in a totalitarian theocracy where women are stripped of all rights and enslaved.
The names of the 356 people enslaved on the plantation are etched in granite slabs on what is dubbed the Wall of Honor.
Chasing the North Star by Robert Morgan On his 18th birthday, Jonah Williams runs away from the South Carolina plantation where he’s been enslaved.
Black people are probably tired of getting shot in the streets and being enslaved by the industrial prison complex.
In the first two years of the war, Lincoln floated other racist compromises, including preserving slavery until 1900, offering compensation to slaveholders (not to enslaved people), and attempting to have black people emigrate out of the country.
In his imaginary world, leaders of an ignoble nation begin to enslave children, and this atrocity sets off a world war in which millions perish.
In the mid-1800s, Charles Stone and Andre Kelsey began enslaving the Native American Pomo of Clearlake, Calif.
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