Top 10 News results

1.Louisiana Coalition to Abolish Slavery propose amendment to end the Louisiana ‘slavery exception clause’

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The Louisiana Coalition to Abolish Slavery (LCAS) is introducing an amendment to abolish the ...

From : BR Proud

2.Library’s Race Talk Looks at Slavery

Soon after, in 1846, an act was approved to abolish “slavery,” but existing slaves at that time ... And in 1865, when the ...

From : The Two River Times

3.Bid to end slavery exception clause in US

Legislation has been put forward in Louisiana to amend the state's Constitution to abolish forced labour as punishment for ...

From : The West Australian

4.Slavery in Louisiana's prisons? This lawmaker wants voters to outlaw forced labor for good

A state lawmaker said Wednesday that slavery is alive and well in Louisiana's prison system and put forward legislation that ...

From : Houma Courier on

5.Op-Ed: Lessons from the civil rights struggle that began before the Civil War

The Civil War was over and slavery had been abolished, but lawmakers who enacted the statute ... equality were embodied in both the Civil Rights Act of 1866 and the 14th Amendment, adopted in 1868, ...

From : Los Angeles Times

6.Modern-day slavery hides in plain sight

If we look at key moments – the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, the 13th Amendment in 1865 ... CAST – the Coalition to ...

From : Richmond

7.Definition Of Slavery Today

Slavery Some people think that slavery ended with the Civil War, which is not the case at all. Slavery was a big issue back then, but it is even worse today in some parts of the w ...

From :

8.Good Morning, Charlie - If it is a good morning, which I doubt

A Good Thing - Joey and Moose each hit a homer last night, which is good. Joey has been banging the hell out of the ball the ...

From : Red Reporter

9.Lawmaker seeks to end Louisiana’s ‘slavery exception’ clause

A Louisiana lawmaker has put forward legislation to amend the state’s Constitution to abolish forced labor as punishment for those convicted of a crime. Rep.

From : Associated Press

10.State representative says outlawing abortion is more important than ending slavery

"This is a cause of even greater significance," said Rep. Jim Olsen, R-Sallisaw, in presenting Senate Bill 612, by Sen.

From : Tulsa World

Wikipedia sayings about which amendment abolished slavery

1.Thirteenth Amendment

The Thirteenth Amendment may refer to the: Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, Amendment


of India), the French colonies re-abolished it in 1848 and the U.S. abolished slavery in 1865 with the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. In 1888