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Wagner Moura “was used to seeing well-off families take in girls from poorer ones” to “live in their homes and be brought up as one of their own.” Later on, he “came to see it for what it really was.”
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There are 30 million slaves in the world and 60,000 of them live in the United States, according to a new report. It’s time to acknowledge that slave labor still exists in many forms and do something about it.
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