Today, shocking new evidence on how forced labor mass transfers is one of the key methods of the Chinese genocide against the Uyghurs, Kazakhs and other minorities:
Nancy E. van Deusen, "Indigenous Slavery's Archive in Seventeenth-Century Chile," pp. 1-33.
Hello H-CivWar readers,
today we feature the final part of our multipart video interview series with Ana-Lucia Araujo. We chat about the need for a museum devoted to the slave trade.
"Jobie Hill has visited 700 former residences. Many have been abandoned. Some have become storage space. Others are B&Bs....
Since 2012, Hill has surveyed hundreds of structures that she believes once served as a home to enslaved African Americans. More often than not, the buildings bear no visible trace of their past ... Hill is determined to build a first-of-its-kind database that honors and preserves these spaces in more than memory, and to unite the houses with the stories of people who once inhabited them."
The global developments around mass forced labour in China, including as a component of the Uyghur genocide, continue to arrive, blow by blow: Here is a quick, incomplete update.