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Kirtland Community College Library HT 867 .V55 2019 30775305549744 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781538127285
  • ISBN: 1538127288
  • ISBN: 9781538127292
  • Physical Description: print
    xvi, 193 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2019]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Preface: why? -- Who are the modern slaves? -- The most despicable crime: techniques of the human trafficking business model -- From Nepal to Qatar: debt bondage -- A tattoo on your soul: corruption and impunity -- The psychological impact of enslavement -- The children of Bal Ashram -- In the mind of a trafficker -- Limited options -- Business is key -- Solutions -- My heroes.
Summary, etc.: "The horrific world of modern slavery is exposed in this book based on the first-hand experiences of victims of human trafficking. Through the stories of three remarkable individuals who share how they fell victim to traffickers and how their bodies and souls resisted an enterprise of total destruction, Monique Villa takes us around the world--from Ohio to Tokyo, London to India, Qatar to Colombia--to uncover a parallel world where men, women, and children are dehumanized and reduced to obedient machines. Written by a global leader in the fight against human trafficking, this powerful book uncovers the hidden world of slaves--no longer physically in chains--who walk among us, trapped in a cycle of exploitation. Despite significant progress in the fight for human rights, slavery continues to flourish. In fact, there are more slaves today, in countries rich and poor, than at any point in the past. By giving voice to survivors of this horrific trade, Villa vividly illustrates dire situations we can do something about. Her call to action outlines concrete steps to safeguard the vulnerable among us and to eliminate slavery in our time."--
Subject: Slavery History 21st century
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