Bad character What a moment for Princess Eugene to publish her anti-slavery podcast

My guess is that Princess Eugenie’s work with her charity, The Anti-Slavery Collective, was suspended indefinitely a few years ago. I believe Eugenie stopped coming out in public with her work when her father “stepped back” from royal work in late 2019 after his disastrous BBC Newsnight interview. Andrew then returned to reality this February, and he was officially removed from most of his patronage. He is no longer allowed to use his HRH. All because he raped the girls trafficked to him by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghisline Maxwell. Having a podcast about modern slavery was not the moment for Eugene. But now is the time, apparently, because Eugenie has officially launched her pod this week.

Princess Eugenie has officially launched her podcast for her charitable anti-slavery collection. Titled Floodlight, the podcast is hosted by Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter, 32, and Eugene’s friend Julia de Boinville, who co-founded the charity in 2017 to fight modern slavery and trafficking.

The podcast features Eugene and Julia “talking to guests from all walks of life who are helping to fight modern slavery in a variety of ways,” read a post on Eugene’s Instagram on Wednesday as the first episode went live. “From lawmakers and company leaders to famous workers, survivors and journalists, Floodlight shows you how prominent modern slavery is and we can all do something about it.”

Eugenie teased the podcast in January, along with a photo of women recording with a microphone on a white couch in a joint monthly newsletter with Julia, saying, “We’re excited to start recording our long awaited podcast this year, so stay tuned for the release in 2022!”

A podcast is the latest move for the couple, who have previously hosted interviews shared on social media with people who have helped raise awareness of the issue. Eugene also visited the Safe House, and spoke at the UN headquarters in New York. Eugene and Julia previously revealed that they first met on a bus during a school trip, and in 2012, they traveled together to India where they visited an organization called the Women’s Interlink Foundation and “became aware of the first modern slavery.”

[From People]

Again, Eugene’s father is concerned about human trafficking. And again, the history of the royal family in the transatlantic slave trade – and their profits from slavery – is in the news all the time, as the legacy of British colonialism draws to a close. The royal family cannot go on a sad jubilee tour without even protesting the people and seeking compensation. In addition to all that, Nadine White in Swadhin Indicates That anti-slavery group is exclusively white. Everyone who works there is white. Although I’m willing to believe that Eugene’s heart is in the right place, all of this is just as deaf.

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