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The term may also refer to Captivity narratives, stories of people captured by enemies whom they generally consider uncivilized, e.g.
- Emanuelle and the White Slave Trade, a 1978 Italian sexploitation film
- White Slave (film), a 1985 Italian horror film
- White Slaves (film), a 1937 German film directed by Karl Anton
- White Slave Ship, a 1962 film
- White Slave Traffic (film), a 1926 German silent film directed by Jaap Speyer
The term also appears in legal acts directed against the practice:
- International Agreement for the suppression of the White Slave Traffic
- White-Slave Traffic Act, also called Mann Act, a 1910 United States federal law
The term may also refer to
- White slave propaganda, the use of light-skinned African American slave children in abolitionist propaganda in the antebellum United States
- White Slave, autobiography of chef Marco Pierre White
- The White Slave, a play by Bartley Campbell
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