Examples of slavery in a Sentence
She was sold into slavery.
a child born into slavery was considered simply another addition to the master's wealth and property
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By exploring the disparate experiences of Africans and African Americans, Coogler shines a bright light on the psychic scars of slavery’s legacy and how black Americans endure the real-life consequences of it in the present day.
Jefferson fought against the institution of slavery from his days as an emissary in France into his presidency.
Yet doctors today are influenced by the same racist stereotypes of Black women, from slavery through the abuses of the 20th century.
If slavery has been destroyed merely from necessity, let every class be enfranchised at the dictation of justice.
Kennedy, who came to fame with her 1964 absurdist one-act Funnyhouse of a Negro, once again explores themes of racial identity and the lingering trauma of slavery and segregation.
The products, which seem to promote slavery, were listed by third-party sellers.
Thomas' petri dish of Brazilian history before independence and the end of slavery is ultimately a microcosm for the country's fraught race/class/gender dynamics.
If the whip of slavery did not break us, the words of an inveterate racist will not kill us.
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