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white slavery

n.
1. The enslavement of white people.
2. The supposed phenomenon of large numbers of white women and girls being abducted, transported across a border, and forced into prostitution in the late 1800s and early 1900s, especially as characterized by social reformers.

white slave n.

white slave

n
a girl or woman forced or sold into prostitution
white slavery n

white′ slave′


n.
a woman who is sold or forced into prostitution.
[1825–35]
white′ slav′er, n.
white′ slav′ery, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.white slave - a woman sold into prostitutionwhite slave - a woman sold into prostitution  
cocotte, cyprian, fancy woman, lady of pleasure, sporting lady, tart, woman of the street, working girl - a woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money
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A couple of soldiers snapped the first ring around the neck of a powerful white slave, and one by one the rest of us were herded to our places, and the work of shackling us neck to neck commenced.
By this time I could understand a few words of their strange language, and when the colonel asked me if I would prefer to remain at the post as his body servant, I signified my willingness as emphatically as possible, for I had seen enough of the brutality of the common soldiers toward their white slaves to have no desire to start out upon a march of unknown length, chained by the neck, and driven on by the great whips that a score of the soldiers carried to accelerate the speed of their charges.
So much for the humanizing influence of THE DOMESTIC INSTITUTION!" Admitting this to have been an ex- traordinary case of mental deterioration, it proves at least that the white slave can sink as low in the scale of humanity as the black one.
Questions that really matter to people's lives, the White Slave Traffic, Women Suffrage, the Insurance Bill, and so on.
She compared EU oppression of the UK to that of the white slave owners of their slaves.
Charlie Chaplin faced prosecution under the White Slave Traffic Act, better known as the Mann Act," Turley writes in his article for The Hill.
Specific topics include envoy to the world: nomadic cosmopolitanism in Yusuf Komunyakaa's The Emperor of Water Clocks, across the Atlantic and beyond: tracing cosmopolitan agendas in Leslie Marmon Silko's Gardens in the Dunes, lost in transnation: Taley Selas's Ghana Must Go, global metropolis and the city of neighborhoods: Polish immigrants and New York City's two cosmopolitanisms, and a white slave: albinism in Barbara Chase-Rioud's Sally Hemings.
She defied white slave hunters slipping past them on at least a dozen forays to rescue about 70 slaves as a conductor on the Underground Railroad.
Recent economic research , also led by Boustan, has found that the sons of Southern white slave owner families rebounded quickly after the Civil War, despite a significant hit to their wealth from the end of slavery.
No I'm not going 10,000 miles from home to help murder and burn another poor nation simply to continue the domination of white slave masters of the darker people the world over.'
white slave owners hardly seems incidental to our stubborn legacy of