"If a boy reached too far and slipped into the coal that was constantly flowing beneath him,he could be mangled or killed"(Freedman,48).
"They bend over the chutes until their backs ache, and they get tired and sick because they have to breathe coal dust instead of good, pure air"(Freedman,49).
"The sunshine in the cotton fields has blinded our eyes to the monotony, overwork, and hopelessness in their lives,"wrote Hine,page 67.
Kids At Work
Since Hine hasn't been able to stop child labor yet, he decided to go to other child labor places and take more photos to try and prove that child labor needs to stop.
To make small amounts of money for their families, young boys had to work in coal mines and suffer from chronic coughs, aching backs, and cuts in their fingers.
Summary-If/Then and Aha! Huh?
If Hine is able to end child labor, then he will be saving many kids from suffering everyday at work to provide for their families.
The author quoted this person because he interviews families who worked in sugar beet fields, and the quote describes how working in sugar-beet fields has affected these families lives.
Can you create a new way to try and get them to stop child labor other than taking photos?
Wanting to end child labor, HIne is going to a bunch of different child labor places and taking pictures to show the National Child Labor Comittee that they need to end it.
Don't give up until you get what you want-keep going-don't let people defeat you-do everything you can to get what you want-challenge yourself to do more.
Aha! -Kids are working way too much and way to hard everyday -Kids are suffering and not getting education because they have to work Huh? -Why do the kids parents allow them to work all day even though it is really bad for their health?