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    Windows on Haiti: The Restaveks - The lot of restaveks in Haiti is often worse than generally let by middle-class Haitians.

    William Wilberforce House Anti-Slavery Society - Organization working for the suppression of child labor and slavery. Consumer guides, newsroom, kids' section, and profiles of current issues.

    Camel Races in the Middle East - Information about children being kidnapped in Asia and forcefully used as camel jockeys in the oil-rich Gulf states.

    Child Slavery In Haiti - Restaveks - There are over 300,000 slave children throughout Haiti suffering abuse unheard of in the civilized world. Child slaves as young as 3, are sexually, mentally, & physically abused up to and including death.

    Child Slaves May Be Making Your Chocolate - According to the BBC, hundreds of thousands of children are being stolen from their parents, shipped to the Ivory Coast and sold as slaves to cocoa farms. Site has list of chocolate companies that ensure their cocoa doesn't come from slaveowners; links to media articles and organizations.

    Windows on Haiti: The Littlest Slaves in Haiti - The Haitian government believes that at least one in every 20 Haitian children is an indentured servant, a restavek.

    Child Slave Labor News - Immaculata High School students newspaper on line. This page is about Saipan sweatshops and U.S. firms profiting from that.

    Kathie Lee Gifford's Lesson - On April 29, 1996 Charles Kernaghan (labor movement's mouse that roared) very badly embarrassed Kathie Lee Gifford by telling a Congressional committee about conditions at Global Fashions, a Honduran factory that made her sportswear, where 5 year old girls earn 31 cents an hour and work 75 hour weeks.

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