Black Skin: A Cheap Commodity In Libya

There has been a traumatic outrage across the globe, especially Africans in the Diaspora about slaves in Libya. It seems to me that the issue has been tactfully relegated to the background by both local and the international media.

Black Skin: A Cheap Commodity In Libya
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