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By Loiacono Literary Agency
Loiacono Literary Agency welcomes Ed Protzel and his novel, The Lies That Bind! The Lies That Bind is the first completed novel in Ed Protzel’s DarkHorse trilogy.

By REL-MAR McConnell Media Company
REL-MAR McConnell Media Company pleased to announce that author Lucia Mann is a Winner in the Historical Fiction category for the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards.

By REL-MAR McConnell Media Company
If we fail to address this plague of crimes against humanity, we’ll never be able to bring an end to this unconscionable, heinous trade in human flesh.

By Oliver Wolcott Library
Dr. Davis once again offers original and penetrating insights into what slavery and emancipation meant to Americans at the Oliver Wolcott Library on Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 7:00- 8:00 p.m.

By Heart Beat
An art exhibition highlighting the enslavement and deaths of migrant workers in Qatar.

By David Fiske
On March 29, 2014, author David Fiske will talk about Solomon Northup at the Langley-Adams Library in Groveland, Massachusetts.

By Daystar Television Network
Daystar Television Network is standing in support of Shine a Light on Slavery Day and the End It Movement – a group dedicated to raising awareness for the 27 million individuals trapped in modern day slavery.

By 100 Black Women of Houston
100 Black Women of Houston set to host Black History Month book reading of Athena Lark’s debut novel “Avenue of Palms” on Sunday, February 16th at Brio Tuscan Grille, 3029 Kirby Drive, Houston, TX 77098. Free Admission at 5pm.

By David fiske
Northup biographer David Fiske will join host Jane E. Wilcox to talk about the book he co-authored, Solomon Northup: The Complete Story of the Author of Twelve Years a Slave.

By First Christian Church
September 1, 2013 Media Contacts: Diane Maltester, Human Trafficking Awareness project can be reached at: 925.765.4638 or Email: dmclarinet@comcast.net Rev. Hope A.

By David Fiske
A companion to the classic African-American autobiographical narrative, Twelve Years A Slave, this work presents fascinating new information about the 1841 kidnapping, 1853 rescue, and pre- and post-slavery life of Solomon Northup.

By Wise Media Group
Written by IPPY award winning authors, Jinny Powers Berten and Norah Holt, this book is recommended by both the Ohio Historical Center Outreach Program and the Macmillan/McGraw Hill Social Studies Program for children ages 8-12.

By Strategic Book Group
Love Story Set in Alabama Involves a Slave Owner’s Son and a Slave

By David Fiske
A program at the Saratoga Springs History Museum, "Solomon Northup: The Years after Twelve Years a Slave," will present the story of Solomon Northup, a free black man kidnapped from Saratoga Springs, New York in 1841.

By We Came To Conquer Entertainment, LLC
“Stubborn As A Mule,” the internationally award winning film, has been uploaded to YouTube.com in honor Black History Month 2013.

By April Martin Chartrand, Fiberalchemist,
Treasured Cigar Box invites you into a world of the global slave trade perspectives between Africa, Europe, the Americas, and America. These multidimensional assemblage cigar boxes incorporate recycled objects, coins, & hand painted paper.

By Freelance Associates
PBS’ documentary ‘The Abolitionist’ co-stars Anthony Michael Hobbs and Richard Brooks as Frederick Douglass, to premiere January 8, 2013

By Narrative Network
Book launch by authors of Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade chronicles a shared journey toward race reconciliation.

By Meta4 Press LLC
Pulitzer-prize and National Book Award winning author Joseph J. Ellis calls Len Lamensdorf’s latest novel THE BALLAD OF BILLY LEE: THE STORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FAVORITE SLAVE “one of the most poignant untold stories in American history.”

By Aquillrelle
Hester is the story of an actual slave and is anchored in fact. It is also an unusual and even remarkable example of race relations that, though begun in the awful days of slavery, worked on some level and continue to do so.

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By Loiacono Literary Agency
Loiacono Literary Agency welcomes Ed Protzel and his novel, The Lies That Bind! The Lies That Bind is the first completed novel in Ed Protzel’s DarkHorse trilogy.

By REL-MAR McConnell Media Company
REL-MAR McConnell Media Company pleased to announce that author Lucia Mann is a Winner in the Historical Fiction category for the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards.

By REL-MAR McConnell Media Company
If we fail to address this plague of crimes against humanity, we’ll never be able to bring an end to this unconscionable, heinous trade in human flesh.

By Oliver Wolcott Library
Dr. Davis once again offers original and penetrating insights into what slavery and emancipation meant to Americans at the Oliver Wolcott Library on Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 7:00- 8:00 p.m.

By Heart Beat
An art exhibition highlighting the enslavement and deaths of migrant workers in Qatar.

By David Fiske
On March 29, 2014, author David Fiske will talk about Solomon Northup at the Langley-Adams Library in Groveland, Massachusetts.

By Cosimo
“So we passed, handcuffed and in silence, through the streets of Washington—through the Capital of a nation, whose theory of government, we are told, rests on the foundation of man’s inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness!...

By Daystar Television Network
Daystar Television Network is standing in support of Shine a Light on Slavery Day and the End It Movement – a group dedicated to raising awareness for the 27 million individuals trapped in modern day slavery.

By 100 Black Women of Houston
100 Black Women of Houston set to host Black History Month book reading of Athena Lark’s debut novel “Avenue of Palms” on Sunday, February 16th at Brio Tuscan Grille, 3029 Kirby Drive, Houston, TX 77098. Free Admission at 5pm.

By David fiske
Northup biographer David Fiske will join host Jane E. Wilcox to talk about the book he co-authored, Solomon Northup: The Complete Story of the Author of Twelve Years a Slave.

By Lisa Kristine
QGITS TV announcement of exclusive interview with Lisa Kristine humanitarian photographer speaker at this year’s TEDx Orange Coast 2013 conference themed “Beautiful Minds” at Segerstrom Center of the Arts in Costa Mesa, Ca.

By Church of Scientology, Flag
Human trafficking victims suffer mental and physical scars when their captivity ends. Helping to ease their suffering is Clearwater dentist Dr. Paul Rodeghero.

By First Christian Church
September 1, 2013 Media Contacts: Diane Maltester, Human Trafficking Awareness project can be reached at: 925.765.4638 or Email: dmclarinet@comcast.net Rev. Hope A.

By David Fiske
A companion to the classic African-American autobiographical narrative, Twelve Years A Slave, this work presents fascinating new information about the 1841 kidnapping, 1853 rescue, and pre- and post-slavery life of Solomon Northup.

By Wise Media Group
Written by IPPY award winning authors, Jinny Powers Berten and Norah Holt, this book is recommended by both the Ohio Historical Center Outreach Program and the Macmillan/McGraw Hill Social Studies Program for children ages 8-12.

By Biographical Publishing Company
David Jonathan Sawyer chronicle the lives of Stonewall Jackson’s black descendants with “Katie and Her Kin: The Story of a Southern Family in Hot Pursuit of the American Dream - Volume 3.”

By Strategic Book Group
Love Story Set in Alabama Involves a Slave Owner’s Son and a Slave

By Biographical Publishing Company
Volume 1: "My Great-Grandfather was Stonewall Jackson The Story of a Negro Boy Growing Up in the Segregated South" Volume 2: "My Great-Grandfather was Stonewall Jackson: Stonewalling in the Shadow of a Legend"

By Strategic Book Group
"Dark Clouds Over Alabama" is a powerful love story filled with hope, commitment, politics, tragedy, and triumph in the Old...

By David Fiske
A program at the Saratoga Springs History Museum, "Solomon Northup: The Years after Twelve Years a Slave," will present the story of Solomon Northup, a free black man kidnapped from Saratoga Springs, New York in 1841.

By Greenapple Media
A television documentary on the history of the South Sea Islander labour trade has been completed by Hervey Bay production company Greenapple Media and is now available for the first time on DVD.

By We Came To Conquer Entertainment, LLC
“Stubborn As A Mule,” the internationally award winning film, has been uploaded to YouTube.com in honor Black History Month 2013.

By Made In A Free World
2-minute Lincoln film highlights America's current commitment to freeing the slaves.

By Claudine LeBeau
From debut author Claudine LeBeau, the tale of a harrowing journey from slavery, through Reconstruction, to an escape from the Old South and the hope for a better life as homesteaders on an arid plateau in the New Mexico Territory.

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

By April Martin Chartrand, Fiberalchemist,
Treasured Cigar Box invites you into a world of the global slave trade perspectives between Africa, Europe, the Americas, and America. These multidimensional assemblage cigar boxes incorporate recycled objects, coins, & hand painted paper.

By Freelance Associates
PBS’ documentary ‘The Abolitionist’ co-stars Anthony Michael Hobbs and Richard Brooks as Frederick Douglass, to premiere January 8, 2013

By Earth News
The Purpose of this article is to Investigate why America's Southern States Execute large numbers of people, including the poor and racial minorities. by Mary Hamer MD Countercurrents.org 1/3/13.

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 Gather at the Table
Gather at the Table book tour stop at DuSable Museum in Chicago

By Narrative Network
Book launch by authors of Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade chronicles a shared journey toward race reconciliation.

By Meta4 Press LLC
Pulitzer-prize and National Book Award winning author Joseph J. Ellis calls Len Lamensdorf’s latest novel THE BALLAD OF BILLY LEE: THE STORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FAVORITE SLAVE “one of the most poignant untold stories in American history.”

By Aquillrelle
Hester is the story of an actual slave and is anchored in fact. It is also an unusual and even remarkable example of race relations that, though begun in the awful days of slavery, worked on some level and continue to do so.

By Books by Roger Grubbs
What is the fastest growing industry in the world? If you guessed anything other than human trafficking you are wrong. Sad but true. What are the chances of someone you know being 1 of the 800,000 persons reported missing this year?

By Strategic Book Group
In the powerful novel "A Tale of Two Slaves and Free Men: Who Never Saw Home Again," both the horrors of slavery and its benevolence are lived out in a bittersweet story.

By KRPR Media
The New Jersey Amistad Commission would like to extend to you an invitation to submit your application to our 5th Annual Summer Institute at Montclair State University, NJ, August 6-8, 2012

By California State University, Los Angeles
Bok-dong Kim was among approximately 200,000 so-called Korean “comfort women” forced into sexual slavery for Japanese soldiers before and during World War II.

By Mac Alexander - Director of Network Programming
An exclusive expose on The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell... a show that will shock listeners, proving once again that Fact is Stranger than Fiction!

By 100 Days of Madness
People who need others to tell them what to think and what to believe will always be enslaved.

By Tucker Contemporary Art
The show features work from The African Diva Project, a radical commentary on and comparison of the role of gender in African cultures and in contemporary society. The Project includes images representing a range of Black female music legends.

By Pearl Editions, LLC
Concerns this election year are the same concerns Abraham Lincoln faced 150 years ago — truth, strength, good sense, and a desire to make government represent all people.

By Roger D. Grubbs
SEALs IV Freedom continues the saga of a group of Navy SEALs' attempt to put a stop to human trafficking. This time they unearth a form of modern day slavery aimed at young children and women.

By BookBuzz.net
This work is a historical fiction novel set during slavery and the Civil War and looks at the relationship of the slave master and his slave love.

By Nicole Mattar
Alimony payers in Oregon have organized to form a collective voice and promote respect, independence and equity for the parties of divorce

By Roger D. Grubbs
SEALs III - Big Trouble in Aruba continues the saga of a group of Navy SEALs' attempt to put a stop to human trafficking. Heading to Aruba, they attempt to locate and annihilate the head of this evil organization. What awaits them? Read to find out!

By Tony Ross
Historyundone.com is set to publish “Our Slaves, Our Friends: A Retelling of the American Slave Trade”—an innovative, interactive and educational iBook for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

By OFW Watch
Ms. Myrna Padilla, a former domestic servant for 20 years and the founder of a successful business process outsourcing company, has launched a new website to mobilize the 10 million Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) to fight modern day human slavery.

By Foote Communications LLC
Suspenseful, Historical Novel Love Story Addressing the Complexities of Race, Family and Slavery nominated for NAACP Image Award

By Jason Arnold, VP-Business Development
Former Microsoft Cloud Engineer builds state-of-the-art cloud computing bundle for small businesses, contributing portion of revenues to the eradication of human trafficking.

By Special Guests, Inc.
Human Trafficking throughout the world--including in The United States. Human Trafficking Awareness Day is set aside for Wednesday, January 11, 2012 for people to pray to end human trafficking.



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