Tag Archives: slavery

Indigenous Australians and Human Trafficking

What is the experience of indigenous Australians (the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples) with human trafficking? Seth and JJ give some historical context, then JJ gives an overview of the types of slavery experienced by indigenous Australians in the past and present, and discusses vulnerabilities of these populations that are sometimes invisible. Sources: Australia’s

Author Andi Cumbo-Floyd: Making American Slavery Less Abstract

Author Andi Cumbo-Floyd joins host Seth Daire to discuss her books, which involve researching the history of enslaved persons and grappling with how the legacy of slavery impacts us today. In The Slaves Have Names: Ancestors Of My Home, Andi explored the histories of the enslaved persons who had lived on the plantation that later

Terms of Enslavement

Seth Daire and JJ Janflone introduce the podcast by talking about the meaning and history of terms relating to slavery and human trafficking, primarily in the United States. Seth and JJ both attended the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the Universe of Denver (http://www.du.edu/korbel/) and were student staff at the Human Trafficking Center