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Arab Masters, Black Slaves: Do the Slaves’ Lives Matter?


Sep 10, 2020 07:00 PM

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Francis Buk
Author @Escape from Slavery
Francis Buk was born into a wealthy family of Catholic Dinka tribesmen in the south of Sudan. At the age of seven in 1986, his happy childhood was shattered forever when a marauding gang of northern Arab militiamen equipped by Sudan’s genocidal Muslim government raided his village and others around it. His village burned and family murdered, Francis became a slave. After spending a decade herding animals and being beaten almost daily, he escaped and finally made his way to the U.S. as a legal refugee in 1999. Ever since, he has worked for the emancipation of his people from the same bondage he survived. Since 2000, he has been a central member of the American Anti-Slavery Group and is a critically acclaimed author.