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At the End of Slavery (2010)

| Documentary, Drama
In a world where 27 million children, women and men live as modern-day slaves, the fight for justice cannot wait. At the End of Slavery: The Battle for Justice in Our Time takes you inside ... See full summary »

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In a world where 27 million children, women and men live as modern-day slaves, the fight for justice cannot wait. At the End of Slavery: The Battle for Justice in Our Time takes you inside the violent and ugly business of slavery, from the brothels of the Philippines to the brick kilns of India. Undercover footage, first-person testimony from former slaves and respected experts expose the enormity of the crime, but a remarkable strategy and the courage of today's abolitionists offer hope for a final end to this brutal trade. At the End of Slavery is a clarion call to every viewer to join the movement to end slavery in our lifetime. A film alone cannot end slavery, but together we can. Written by Anonymous

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