slave traffic


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traffic in slaves

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Protocol amending the International Agreement for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic, signed in Paris, 18 May 1904, and the International Convention for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic,
Thus, the most recent voyage-based data for the intra-American and transatlantic slave traffics point to total arrivals of 390,000 direct from Africa down to 1860 and 67,000 from other parts of the Americas by 1808.
The White Slave Traffic Suppression Ordinance, as amended in 1994, prohibits the prostitution of minors under 21 years old, with prescribed penalties of up to four years' imprisonment.
28, 2004); International Agreement for the Suppression of the "White Slave Traffic," May 18, 1904, 35 Stat.
Mann of Chicago, Chairman of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, introduced a bill to combat "white slave traffic.
In 1994, David Northrup edited The Atlantic Slave Trade, a series of essays and first-hand accounts that focuses on slave traffic as social, political, cultural, and economic history.
Global Convention for the Suppression of Trafficking against Women and Children (ratified by Chile in 1930); International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women of Full Age (ratified by Chile in 1935); International Convention for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic (ratified by Chile in 1935).
Jones's subordination and the Vice Trust's vertical integration, the go-between's offices we re directly below those of the "higher up": William Trubus, the hypocritical head of the "International Purity and Reform League," an organization dedicated to the eradication of the white slave traffic.
The most tragic was the black slave traffic for the Muslim and Christian lords in the north.
Instead he joined the Quakers in attempting to influence public opinion against the "nefarious slave traffic.
By the Treaty of Utrecht (1713), which ended Queen Anne's War, Britain was to be allowed to participate in slave traffic with the Spanish colonies.
The poem replies with defiance, adds a strong appeal to Virginia to remember the ideals of Jefferson, and vividly depicts the scandals of the slave traffic.
Among these, were the early 20th century Convention against White Slave Traffic, 1951 Trafficking Convention, followed by 2003 UN Convention against Organized Crime and its Protocol on Trafficking, as well as Special Protocol on the Sale of Children of the CRC.
Malta's White Slave Traffic (Suppression) Ordinance applies to anyone who forces another person over the age of 21 to leave Malta for the purpose of prostitution by violence, threats, or deceit.
In March 1807, Parliament finally passed Wilberforce's bill abolishing slave traffic on British ships and the importation of slaves to British colonies, undoubtedly pleasing Newton.