Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HT867 .B356 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007008235|
This book is meant to be a presentation of Kevin Bales' plan to end modern day slavery in 25 years. That stated, it is put to best use by people who have no background of the subject, or had no idea slavery still existed. For experts or near experts, it may seem a bit young/5(43). In Ending Slavery, Bales again grapples with the struggle to end this ancient evil and presents the ideas and insights that can finally lead to slavery's extinction. Recalling his own involvement in the antislavery movement, he recounts a personal journey in search of the solution and explains how governments and citizens can build a world without slavery. Bringing together conceptual, practice, and advocacy knowledge, Ending Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery: Freedom′s Journey by Annalisa Enrile explores the complexities of human trafficking and modern-day slavery through a global perspective. This comprehensive, multidisciplinary text includes a discussion of the root causes and structural issues that continue to plague society, as 5/5(4). Ending White Slavery does not merely describe a Utopia and leave it there. It describes potentials for accomplishing the Racial State over time. A must read for everyone, not just Whites, who would look beyond the perverse immediacy of a mongrelizing false diversity of integration to a true diversity of racial separateness to preserve all races in all their natural genetic and cultural diversity/5(11).
Ending Slavery, the book In the fall of , I met Kevin Bales, who came to the University of Richmond to speak about his research on the relationship between modern slavery and environmental destruction. This book is a good balance of some of the worst and best history of that time period. Slavery was one of the worst practices of our history. Many cultures have practiced slavery, including enslaving some of their own members; nothing makes it right. This book documents some of Lincoln's struggles as he strived to end slavery in by: Ending White Slavery explains, exposes, and removes these Self-imposed. Amelioration for misplaced guilt based on a false belief that Whites enslaved Blacks; based on gross misperceptions of civil rights, discrimination, diversity, equal rights, fairness, racial hate, minorities, multiracial community, the concept of nation, privilege, racism/5. In Ending Slavery, Bales gives us an update on what's happening (and not happening), and a controversial plan to abolish slavery in the 21st century. This is .
Between and , all of the northern states abolished slavery, but the so-called “peculiar institution” of slavery remained absolutely vital to the South. Though the U.S. Congress outlawed. Ending slavery: how we free today's slaves User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Bales (Understanding Global Slavery) provides a guide for eliminating the plague of slavery that continues to this day, involving some 27 million slaves worldwide producing $13 billion in goods and. The abolitionist movement was a social and political push for the immediate emancipation of all slaves and the end of racial discrimination and segregation. Advocating for emancipation separated abolitionists from more moderate anti-slavery advocates, who argued for gradual emancipation, and from “Free-Soil” activists who. In Ending Slavery, Bales again grapples with the struggle to end this ancient evil and presents the ideas and insights that can finally lead to slavery's extinction. Recalling his own involvement in the antislavery movement, he recounts a personal journey in search of the solution and explains how governments and citizens can build a world without slavery.