Slavery Injustice

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Slavery, racisim, discrimination are those global issue that we have been talking about since our childhood. These are the issues that has always been existing in our society. Though people say slavery is completely abolish from our nation but I disagree because only the form of slavery has been changed but it still exists in our society as a modern day slavery. Slavery can be explain as a state of being slave or a practice of owing slave. In other words, the practice of owing or being a slave is a form of slavery. Whenever the word "Slavery" is heard we probably think of United States Of America. Many people are ignorant with the fact that such kind of inhuman activity named slavery exist in each and every nation through one way or another. …show more content…
It has been existing not only in United states but in the whole world. That is Why, it has become the serious global issue which has not been solved yet. Slavery has spread as an infection all over the world which is killing people every day or week or year, which cannot be cured at all. Though we cannot completely remove slavery but we can try to control it and gradually eliminate it from the whole world. Slavery doesnot mean only slaves are being controlled or victimized rather it also victimizes slave owners. Frederick Douglas aruges that " Slavery as an institution that victimizes everybody". According to Frederick Douglas, slavery by itself is world and everyone including the slaves, slaves owners, and non slave-owings whites are victimized in some …show more content…
White slaves is basically violated by all the slave holders. In old days, slaves were kept inorder to produce cash crops tobacco, later on cotton and finally for labor. Labor is also a form of slavery which is catagorized as modern day slavery. Labor is an perfect example of modern day slavery. People work as a servent for other person inorder to get money which is a form of slavery. Workshop can be taken as an example of slavery as well. They work hard for others, repair their car, clean it, fix it and give it back. They put their all labor effort and get paid because labour is taken very expensive job. Douglas also argues that there is deeper victimization it goes on when it comes to the victimization of the slaves(douglas pg226) . Thus, slavery is a long chain which cannot be eliminated or fully remove from the

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