Black Africans in Slave Auctions in 2017 – How Technology Has Changed the Course of Events




by Elena Karimi of elenanjeru.com

Today is the 2nd of December, 2017.  Just a few days ago, men, women and children were sold as slaves in Libya. It was an auction where bidders announced what they were willing to pay for the specimen on display. Like an art auction.

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Why We Can Not Ignore Africans Being Enslaved In Libya


By Mwabi Kaira

We prayed for Paris when there was a terror attack; profile pictures were quickly changed to show support. We prayed for Houston after Hurricane Harvey and rallied together by sending money and supplies to Texas. We prayed for Puerto Rico and raised our voices when aid wasn’t rushed to them after Hurricane Maria left the island without power and resources. In October CNN reported that men were being auctioned for as little as $400 and being sold into slavery. The auctioneer per CNN offered up the man being auctioned as one of a group of “big strong boys for farm work.” In 2017!

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