human trafficking persuasive speech Essays

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13 October 2013
Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery:
An Annotated Bibliography
Batstone, David B,. Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade-- and How We Can Fight It. New York: HarperSanFrancisco, 2010. Print.
David Batstone is a professor of business and social responsibility at the University of San Francisco. He is also an author and journalist, writing regularly for newspapers such as the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and USA Today, and the magazines Wired and Spin. Professor Batstone is the cofounder and president of the Not For Sale Campaign, an organization that keeps abreast of the current situation of human trafficking. It is a hands-on organization, doing updated research on slavery, offering courses
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The focus of the article is to inform people that human trafficking is taking place right here in North Carolina and the Charlotte area, and how people can become educated to the signs of human trafficking and information on how to become more involved in stopping it locally.
"Dying to Leave: A Two-Hour Special on Human Trafficking." Films On Demand. Films Media Group, 2003. Web. 29 Oct. 2013. .
This Public Broadcasting Service (better known as PBS) special focuses on the personal stories of people from different countries who attempted and successfully illegally crossed borders in hope of a better life, but at a disastrous personal cost. The stories are global in scope with the element of heartrending grief that has over time turned to regret and sadness. Even though PBS is not responsible for all programming on public television, the Roper poll shows it is one of the most trusted American institutions and known for its educational programs.

"Human Trafficking: Guide To Critical Analysis." Points Of View: Human Trafficking (2013):
1. Points of View Reference Center. Web. 29 Oct. 2013. This source is an article written by Tsin Yen Koh. She is a doctoral student at Harvard University. Her research interests are in eighteenth and nineteenth-century political thought, contemporary political theory, and social policy. Ms. Koh also worked on an array of social policy issues in the Singapore Civil Service. This article is

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