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NO SPOILERS SYNOPSIS: In May 2020, New Vision Podcast, [a radio-like-show podcast from Uganda] released a 12 part series telling the story of a courageous journalist from Uganda who went full undercover to sell herself into slavery in Dubai. Her story tells about what happened every step of the way.
Each episode is 6-15 minutes, so you will go through the 12 part series very quickly. It's not the most salacious story, but is freaking crazy and pretty bonkers what this woman put herself through. She encounters deplorable human behavior; and narrates present day slave trade in a "modern city." The bravest investigative journalism I've ever heard.
This is podcast is kind of hard to find. I link to this first episode on Spotify. The podcast is called NEW VISION PODCAST; and these twelve episodes are named "UNDERCOVER JOURNALIST AS A SLAVE" followed by the which number episode it is, IE Undercover Journalist as a Slave - 1.