Essay on Slavery, Loneliness, Pain, And Discrimination

1060 Words May 20th, 2016 5 Pages
Slavery, loneliness, pain, sexually abused are the fate of trafficked people. It’s in the hands of the nation to help prevent these horrific events. The growing amount of 700,000 people is trafficked every year for the purposes of sexual activities and labor. They are adopted and sold into modern-day slavery across the globe. Slavery takes me back to the time my ancestors were taken and brought into a new world just to become slaves and work in the cotton field. Yet, the reality is that after Martin Luther helped us gain our civil rights back, It did not change, the fact that slavery still exists today on an even greater scale. Today in our society Human Trafficking is bigger than even men. Children and women are being stolen and traded for sex and labor every day. As a union, we need to stand up and fight against the problem. It needs to be brought to the attention of the nation, we need to take action and plan to stop trafficking, and provide help for people who have been smuggled.
Human trafficking is a fight for money, many companies exploited several undeveloped nations to empower people in the practice of using forced labor to catch fish to process meat, clothing, shoes, and toys so they are reducing the money spent on their behalf. People don 't realize who makes their clothes. 68% of human trafficking is forced labor exploitation which generates $150.2 billion per year in illegal profits globally according to Mashable. Many may think this is a great thing for the…

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