Changes and Continuities of Slavery

Changes and Continuities of Slavery

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  • My name is Phillip and in the 18 century slavery was in an open market and country's governments allowed slaves to be traded internationally
  • I am a British Minister and I think the modern slavery is hidden and effects lots of people and needs to be brought to light.
  • John from Tennessee4Me here and the type of work slaves did in the 18 century was mostly farming with the exception of slaves that cleaned houses.
  • Joe from the Anti-Slavery organization and the type of work slaves do today consists of working in factories and working as maids for other families in debt bondages.
  • My name is Chandran and I work for TIME. Slaves today get paid very little. A Chinese migrant worker gets paid $3 an hour to make iPhones and some companies buy tea for $5 per kg.
  • Im Stanley and slaves got paid very little for the work they did in the 19 century. Some slaves that work in mills get paid around $2 to $3 for there work.
  • My name is Antonio Pereira and I was once a slave. I grew up in a cinderblock shack. I worked and rested in the rain forest with every type of animal that could kill you right next to me like snakes and jaguars.
  • This was once Frederick and he was once an American slave Who worked for a family on a plantation. He would wake up early and go to bed late and work all day. He would work in the hot sun with minimum breaks.
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