Intl Day for the Abolition of Slavery | The Central African Republic Conflict | USC Shoah Foundation

Intl Day for the Abolition of Slavery | The Central African Republic Conflict | USC Shoah Foundation
Intl Day for the Abolition of Slavery | The Central African Republic Conflict | USC Shoah Foundation

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Intl Day for the Abolition of Slavery | The Central African Republic Conflict | USC Shoah Foundation

December 2 is the United Nations’ International Day for the Abolition of Slavery.

To commemorate this event, USC Shoah Foundation features the full testimony of Central African Republic Conflict witness, Alain Bertrand Lazaret, who discusses slavery during the Conflict.

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