Francis Buk Hosts Freedom Center Webinar Tonight: Arab Masters, Black Slaves - Do the Slaves’ Lives Matter?

Ask your own questions of a former slave in Sudan who escaped his 10 years of enslavement.


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Arab Masters, Black Slaves: Do the Slaves’ Lives Matter?

Description: A native of South Sudan, Francis Buk recounts enduring 10 brutal years as the chattel slave of a Muslim master, his escape to freedom in America, and his traumatized people’s betrayal at the hands of leftist “human rights” activists and corrupt black American leadership.

Francis Buk was born into a wealthy family of Catholic Dinka tribesmen in the south of Sudan. At the age of seven in 1986, his happy childhood was shattered forever when a marauding gang of northern Arab militiamen equipped by Sudan’s genocidal Muslim government raided his village and others around it. His village burned and family murdered, Francis became a slave. After spending a decade herding animals and being beaten almost daily, he escaped and finally made his way to the U.S. as a legal refugee in 1999. Ever since, he has worked for the emancipation of his people from the same bondage he survived. Since 2000, he has been a central member of the American Anti-Slavery Group and is a critically acclaimed author.

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