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By Freedom Radio News & Culture Network
Freedom Radio Announces Launch of Digital Season & Original Piece Featuring Oscar Winner Steve McQueen

By Meta4 Press LLC
Producer and Director Mark Stouffer has optioned the film and movie rights to the BALLAD OF BILLY LEE: THE STORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FAVORITE SLAVE,” called by Joseph Ellis “one of the most poignant untold stories in American history.”

By Ken Hall
Dozens of examples of highly collectible Southern pottery by such renowned artisans as Dave the Slave, Thomas Chandler, and W.T.B. Gordy will be sold on Memorial Day, May 28, by Cagle Auction Company, at the Jefferson Civic Center in Jefferson, Ga.

By Dan Foster
Trafficked girl, kept as a slave for a decade and beaten every day: breaks silence over harrowing upbringing among family she believed was her own

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By Freedom Radio News & Culture Network
Freedom Radio Announces Launch of Digital Season & Original Piece Featuring Oscar Winner Steve McQueen

By www.jacquelinemalcolm.com
British author, Jacqueline Malcolm, joins the United States in Remembering...

By Jacqueline Malcolm - Author
Emerging author, Jacqueline Malcolm is set to debut her trilogy of novels, ‘SLAVE: The Trilogy’ with Seaburn Publishing Group. Book 1, SLAVE: Escaping the Chains of Freedom is now available on Amazon.com.

By Meta4 Press LLC
Producer and Director Mark Stouffer has optioned the film and movie rights to the BALLAD OF BILLY LEE: THE STORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FAVORITE SLAVE,” called by Joseph Ellis “one of the most poignant untold stories in American history.”

By Louis F. Mlecka
It took several hundred years for the blacks to start repaying the white man for enslavement of their forefathers.

By Fujiwara and Rosenbaum, LLLC
Whistle-blower Retaliated Against By Supervisors of the Department of Public Safety at the Maui Community Correctional Center for Complaining of Inmates Being Used as Slave Labor by a Correctional Officer’s Private Landscaping Company

By Ken Hall
Dozens of examples of highly collectible Southern pottery by such renowned artisans as Dave the Slave, Thomas Chandler, and W.T.B. Gordy will be sold on Memorial Day, May 28, by Cagle Auction Company, at the Jefferson Civic Center in Jefferson, Ga.

By Milton Reid
Did Martin Luther King die in vain? Did his words, “..judge people by the content of their character not by the color of their skin..”, mean anything or do they just ring hollow?

By Dan Foster
Trafficked girl, kept as a slave for a decade and beaten every day: breaks silence over harrowing upbringing among family she believed was her own

By Children's Legal Centre
An 18-year-old girl, ‘Y’, who was trafficked into England when she was 5 and who remained a hidden domestic slave for 10 years, was celebrating her future yesterday after the Children's Legal Centre won a legal battle for her.

By Strategic Book Group
Indulge yourself in a historical fiction novel filled with love, trust, disillusion and disloyalty.

By Strategic Book Group
Innocence and Gold Dust is a timeless story of power and revenge, alive with real history.

By Ken Hall
A gorgeous pair of gilt bronze figural dancers, executed by the French artist Agathon Léonard (1841-1923) sold for a combined $60,950 at a Fine & Decorative Arts Cataloged Auction held Dec. 5 by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.

By Toronto Pictures, Inc.
Feature film PUNCTURED HOPE: A STORY ABOUT TROKOSI AND YOUNG GIRLS’ SLAVERY IN TODAY’S WEST AFRICA, directed by internationally acclaimed Film Author, Bruno Pischiutta, is selected at the Montreal World Film Festival (2009).

By Eloquent Books
The first installment of John Sanders’s thrilling crime saga, Svetna introduces a new breed of action hero in the guise of a hardened, government-trained soldier named Bobby “Chuck” Blake.

By Strategic Book Publishing
In this debut science fiction series, author Sue Straley journeys to—The Plutonus Cell-Path To Freedom, to help the crew save their planet.

By Multiple Sclerosis Extreme
Multiple Sclerosis sufferer auctions himself off on Ebay as "Slave for a Day"

By Rosemary McKittrick
Rosemary McKittrick’s articles are a comprehensive database of up-to-date art, antique and collectible information. Browse the site’s 650 + articles and sign up for a free weekly subscription.

By Steve Dubin/PR Works
The haunting voice of an amazing young slave woman who became the first African-American to publish a book of poetry, lives on in an engrossing new video entitled "Phillis Wheatley: Make Her Black & Bid Her Sing. "



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