They refused to be enslaved and rose in struggle.
He was enslaved to drinking.
Dictators free themselves but they enslave the people.
As early as 1830 groups of middle class northerners began demanding what they called abolition; freedom and full civil rights for enslaved blacks.
In that case I represent the mother of a five-year-old Yazidi child who was enslaved, chained outdoors to a window and left to slowly die of thirst in the scorching heat.
Soldiers! Don't give yourselves to brutes, men who despise you and enslave you, who regiment your lives - tell you what to do - what to think and what to feel!
It may be illegal the world over, but it still goes on in several different forms. And since 2011, CNN`s Freedom Project has worked to inform of where and how people are still being enslaved or trafficked.
My friend is lucky enough to be enslaved by an enlightened boss.
Goering is here to implement this policy of enslaving the Ukraine and to carry out the methodical annihilation of the Jews.
And another group that shouldn't go unmentioned were African Americans, both free and enslaved.
If someone harmed a woman or an enslaved person, the man they were beholden to would have to bring a lawsuit on their behalf.
The people who were enslaved were now in competition with people coming over for jobs.
The pro-slavery Southern states were worried that they would be constantly outvoted, and wanted enslaved people to count in determining the population.
And, of course, to melt a watch with the mind is far better than to enslave the intellect within the watch like a genie in a bottle.
Do you think it's not the people's job to like criticize the government if they're doing something really wrong like killing people or enslaving more people?
In response, Queen Isabella granted permission to capture and enslave anyone who ate human flesh.
In this mixed atmosphere of free and enslaved blacks working side by side, Minty met John Tubman, a free black man she married in 1844.
In 1863, she became the first woman in United States history to plan and lead a military raid, liberating nearly 700 enslaved persons in South Carolina.
After the war, the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution legally abolished slavery, while the 14th expanded citizenship and the 15th gave voting rights to formerly enslaved black men.
She raised funds for formerly enslaved persons and helped build schools and a hospital on their behalf.
When his widow planned to sell off her enslaved human beings, Harriet feared she would be sold away from everyone she loved.
Many Bandanese people were starved to death or enslaved and sent to distant Dutch colonies.