enslavement


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the state of being a slave

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the act of making slaves of your captives

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We are not to participate in the further enslavement and captivity of people, especially the young,' he said.
The last of the Latin American countries to abolish enslavement were Cuba in 1886 and Brazil in 1888.
"We begin by tracing the development of enslavement, looking at emancipation or abolition and then looking at the post-abolition period [in order to] establish the foundation for making a claim.
"Very regrettably, during five hundred years of colonialism and enslavement, Christian missionary activity in the region, with the exception of a few outstanding examples, was closely tied to this dehumanizing system and in many ways rationalized and reinforced it.
The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America is on a lesser-chronicled aspect of Native American experiences; a study of the captivity and bondage as a bi-product of indigenous conflict in the Western Hemisphere.
Denying access to a lucrative market for these goods must give pause to those who have hitherto been glibly enriching themselves through the enslavement of others.
Critique: It has only been within the last couple of years that the Japanese government would acknowledge the sexual enslavement of women as a military policy during World War II.
A Cross of Thorns: The Enslavement of California's Indians by the Spanish Missions blends California with Native American history and culture to consider a chapter of California history that is less known than most; the enslavement of California's Indian population by Spanish missionaries from 1769 to 1821.
Contract notice: Enslavement of electrical and electromechanical equipment small current through the renewal and creation of compact and heavy escalators of metro networks, rer, tramway.
Exceptionally well written and presented, "A Cross of Thorns: The Enslavement of California's Indians by the Spanish Missions" is an extraordinary work of historical scholarship and a compelling read from beginning to end.
The first chapter offers an excellent discussion of Central Algonquians and Siouan peoples' practices of enslavement. It is judiciously based on the use of Jesuit dictionaries which compiled and translated thousands of pages of Algonquian phrases.
The clear prose of Hegamin allows for a realistic, relatable narrative and underscores the injustices of enslavement. Memorable characters include Ryder, Willow's stern yet loving father; Cholly Dee, who knew Willow's mother before they were kidnapped in Africa; Silvey, an exploited but undaunted lady's maid; and Mayapple, Willow's horse.
(10) Furthermore, Mibenge argues that the Prosecutor's use of the crimes of forced marriage and sexual slavery (primarily applied to female victims) as distinct from the crime of enslavement (primarily applied to male victims) unnecessarily sexualized the experience of women and limited the tribunal's ability to create a narrative that included the gender based nature of the crimes perpetrated against men who were enslaved.
The Book of Exodus begins the story of Israel's enslavement in Egypt.
Secondly, wit and humour are certainly not his forte because, as a 'speciesist', he clearly believes humans are superior to all other living creatures and condones the enslavement, abuse, slaughter and entertainment, of animals for human consumption.