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Children of the Dust. Lugging bricks, inhaling clay dust, India’s untouchable boys trade their health for pittance in primitive brickyards. With no future besides work, they are victims of a society too poor to enforce child labour laws. by Eric Valli

Child Labour Still Commonly Used for Colombian Coffee, Egyptian Cotton, More: US Department of Labour

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Sapa, Vietnam In survival economies, children have to work or the family will starve. We need to end income inequality. Children should be in school...playing...snuggling with their parents. And parents should be able to enjoy their children. But when 1 man has the wealth of many countries, this is impossible.


Child Labor Rises Sharply in Syria, Upended by War and Mayhem

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Remarkable Photos of Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution

The industrial revolution brought about swift, significant change to life as the people of the time knew it. Workers once used to subsistence farming in rural areas moved to cities to work in factories in droves. The rapid movement was not without strife. Conditions were dirty, crowded, and often extremely dangerous. The soaring rise in production levels could not adequately be met by adults and desperate parents (cont.)...

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Pick a Historical Event| Using 'Histography' you can discover more about the major and minor historical events covering 400 years. There are an assortment of categories: women’s rights, inventions, music, wars, literature, etc to select from and explore. #history #familytree #genealogy #ancestors #familyhistory #timeline #women

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Lewis W. Hine: Documenting Child Labour in America 1908-1912

This picture by Lewis Hine shows the hardships children of the industrial revolution faced.

A tactic that I frequently use with remarkable success is one where I simply “entertain the possibility that what I want could come into being”. I don’t worry about the HOW. I just move my mind into thinking that it COULD be. Like a small child depending on their parents, I don’t worry about the how of it. I just ask, and expect. -Unasleep 3-29-14