Debt bondage
Debt bondage (also known as debt slavery or bonded labor) is a person's pledge of their labor or services as security for the repayment for a debt or other obligation. The services required to repay t...
Debt bondage - Wikipedia
This is a National Emergency
This is a National Emergency
American Airlines Will Train Employees to Save Victims of Human Trafficking
By learning the warning signs, flight attendants (and other members of the travel industry) can save victims of human trafficking.
8 Peoples Found Dead In Trailer At San Antonio TX
Walmart in suspected human trafficking case
CEO Of Backpage.com Arrested, Charged With Pimping
Carl Ferrer, the chief executive of a classifieds website that allows users to post escort ads, was arrested in Texas on Thursday. He faces felony charges, including pimping a minor.
Human Trafficking Survivor's Triathlon Record
Human trafficking survivor Norma Bastidas hopes to inspire other victims of abuse with triathlon world record. Norma Bastidas was lured into slavery with promise of modeling job in Japan Escaped traff...
Charles Wade, Black Lives Matter Leader, Charged With Sex Trafficking
Charles Wade, a prominent Black Lives Matter organizer and co-founder of Operation Help or Hush, was arrested last month and charged with human trafficking and prostitution.
Indentured servant
Indentured servitude was a labor system whereby young people paid for their passage to the New World by working for an employer for a certain number of years. It was widely employed in the 18th centur...
Indentured servant - Wikipedia
Chukri System
The Chukri System is a debt bondage or forced labour system found in Kidderpore and other parts of West Bengal. Under this system a female can be coerced into prostitution in order to pay off debts. S...
Coolie
A coolie (alternatively spelled cooli, cooly, kuli, quli, koelie, and other such variations), during the 19th and early 20th century, was a term for an unskilled labourer, mainly from the Indian subco...
Coolie - Wikipedia
Indian South Africans
Indian South Africans are people of Indian descent living in South Africa. The majority live in and around the city of Durban, making it 'the largest 'Indian' city outside India'. Many Indians in Sout...
Indian South Africans - Wikipedia
This is a National Emergency
This is a National Emergency
Black Codes (United States)
In the United States, the Black Codes were laws passed by Southern states in 1865 and 1866, after the Civil War. These laws had the intent and the effect of restricting African Americans' freedom, an...
Indentured servitude in Pennsylvania
Indentured servitude in Pennsylvania (1682-1820s): The institution of indentured servitude has a significant place in the history of labor in Pennsylvania. From the founding of the colony (1681/2) to ...
Indentured servitude in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia
Anti-Coolie Act
In 1862 the California legislature passed An Act to Protect Free White Labor Against Competition with Chinese Coolie Labor, and to Discourage The Immigration of the Chinese into the State of Californi...
María Luz Incident
The María Luz Incident (マリア・ルス号事件, Maria-Rusu go Jiken) was a diplomatic incident between the early Meiji government of the Empire of Japan and the Republic of Peru over a merchant ship with C...
María Luz Incident - Wikipedia
Hacienda
Hacienda (/ˌhæsiˈɛndə/ or /ˌhɑːsiˈɛndə/; [aˈθjenda]) is a Spanish word for an estate. Some haciendas were plantations, mines or factories. Many haciendas combined these productive activities. The term...
Hacienda - Wikipedia
Victory (ship)
Victory is successful conclusion of a fight or competition..Victory may also refer to:
Allanshaw
Allanshaw was a 1,589 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 80.1 metres (263 ft), beam of 12.3 metres (40 ft) and draught of 7.0 metres (23.0 ft). She was built by William Simons &...
Allanshaw - Wikipedia
Lenin Raghuvanshi
Lenin Raghuvanshi is a Dalit rights activist and an Ashoka Fellow from India. He is one of the founding members of People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR), which works for the upliftment ...
Lenin Raghuvanshi - Wikipedia
Santosh Rana
Santosh Rana is an Indian politician. In the 1960s, he was a firebrand figure in the armed struggle of the Naxalites led by Charu Majumdar.
In the sixties, Santosh Rana was a research scholar at P...
Sumangali (child labour)
Sumangali is a form of child labour which, although forbidden, is practised in India, particularly the textile industry in Tamil Nadu. It is likened to soft trafficking, a less explicit form of human ...
Seisachtheia
Seisachtheia (Greek: σεισάχθεια, from σείειν seiein, to shake, and ἄχθος achthos, burden, i.e. the relief of burdens) was a set of laws instituted by the Athenian lawmaker Solon (c. 638 BC–558 BC)...
Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra
Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra (RLEK) is a non-governmental organization with its work base situated in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Its office is located in Dehradun, the capital of Utta...
Statare
Statare were married farmworkers in Sweden who received payment primarily in kind. The system existed mainly in southern Sweden and reached its maximum extent in the late 19th century. Thereafter the...
Statare - Wikipedia
Pagoda Street
Pagoda Street (Chinese: 宝塔街) (bao ta jie)is a street located in Chinatown within the Outram Planning Area in Singapore. The road links New Bridge Road and South Bridge Road, but has since been convert...
Pagoda Street - Wikipedia
Indian indenture ships to Fiji
Between 1879 and 1916, a total of 42 ships made 87 voyages, carrying Indian indentured labourers to Fiji. Initially the ships brought labourers from Calcutta, but from 1903 all ships except two also ...
Peon
Peonage (/ˈpiːɒn/, from Spanish peón [peˈon]) is a type of involuntary servitude of laborers (peons) having little control over their employment conditions. Peonage existed historically during the co...
SS Virawa
SS Virawa was a 3,334-ton steamship. She was built for the British-India Steam Navigation Company in 1890. She was one of the early B.I.S.N. ships to use telemotor steering gear.She was a passenger ca...
Black Codes in the USA
In the United States, the Black Codes were laws passed by Southern states in 1865 and 1866, after the Civil War. These laws had the intent and the effect of restricting African Americans' freedom, an...