E. BENJAMIN SKINNER
a. raised in Wisconsin and northern Nigeria;
b. comes from a family of abolitionists;
c. travelled around the globe and established modern antislavery movement;
d. worked at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City;
e. worked as personal assistant for Ambassador Richard Hoodbrook
f. author of abolitionist articles and several books including award-winning “A Crime So Monstrous”
g. works on the issue of modern human trafficking conducting international forums and seminars.
THE DEFINITION OF SLAVERY
When defining slavery Skinner refers to the quote of J. Stalin during the World War II: “Death of one man is a personal tragedy, death of Continue reading...