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There are a number of ways to make a lot of money these days. Some are more profitable than others. Some are also more deplorable than others, and need to be stopped.

Inspired by the E. Benjamin Skinner book of the same title. Find out more at http://acrimesomonstrous.com/

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  • 1. There is a trade:
  • 2. This tradeis not affected
  • 3. by ourglobal recession
  • 4. This tradegenerates
  • 5. $ 32 billion per year
  • 6. More than Apple’s 2008 revenue
  • 7. It employs roughly800 000 people
  • 8. More than doublethe population of theBahamas
  • 9. This trade is the
  • 10. 3rd most profitable activity…
  • 11. …after the drugs & the arms trade
  • 12. This trade is…
  • 13. …human trafficking
  • 14. “Thereare more slaves today…
  • 15. …than at any pointin human history.” - E. Benjamin Skinner
  • 16. Except then they cost: $ 40, 000.00* *Relative currency
  • 17. Now they cost: $ 50.00
  • 18. Where is thishappening?
  • 19. 127countries
  • 20. …includingyours
  • 21. 70%of them are female
  • 22. 50%arechildren
  • 23. Forced into
  • 24. sweatshops
  • 25. sex slavery
  • 26. quarries
  • 27. and they are forcedinto drug addiction
  • 28. They could be
  • 29. YOURchildren
  • 30. YOURfriends
  • 31. YOU
  • 32. The bigquestion is…
  • 33. …how can you help?
  • 34. Research this crime
  • 35. Learn more here
  • 36. Lobby your Government
  • 37. Report any info to these groups
  • 38. Resource links• http://www.urbanministry.org/• http://ovc.gov/ncvrw/2005/pg5l.html• http://www.polarisproject.org/content/view/26/47/• http://www.unescobkk.org/culture/our-projects/protection-of-endangered-and-minority- cultures• UNICEF contact: Jason Rush, UNICEF Myanmar, + 95 1 212 090, jrush@unicef.org
  • 39. Image resources:• http://chopsueyblog.wordpress.com• http://blog.amnestyusa.org/tag/corporate-accountability/• http://www.sonofthesouth.net/slavery/history-slavery.htm• http://www.ctrlaltshift.co.uk/#/Community/image/1048/• http://spiritlodge.wordpress.com/2008/07/17/its-not-always-jack-daniels/• http://carrussel.wordpress.com/2009/01/• http://www.nucus.com/funzone/?p=7478• http://blogs.venturacountystar.com/democracy_watch/2008/10/• http://saskatoonsrilanka.wordpress.com/2009/01/31/let-us-help-this-%E2%80%9Cpoor- kid%E2%80%9D-progress/• http://his-lian.blogspot.com/• http://radionongowa.org/yahoo_site_admin/assets/images/cassava_farm_people.12593623.jpg• http://www.thisfabtrek.com/journey/africa/guinea-bissau/20080404-bubaque-bijagos/bissau-bubaque- ferry-nelsa-daniel-4.jpg• http://entosfylou.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/human_trafficking_by_me19leela1.jpg• http://image50.webshots.com/50/8/37/60/2083837600083049164lsgKoI_ph.jpg• http://www.travellingclub.org/images/big_union-building-in-pretoria.jpg• http://international.uiowa.edu/study-abroad/programs/images/Russia-LE-Moscow-the%20red%20square.jpg• http://www.pc.gc.ca/culture/proj/rec/Photos/RNH-ROH09-01.jpg• http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3245/2358079044_5f80eea425.jpg?v=0• http://www.number10.gov.uk/tour/images/front_door.jpg•http://www.disabilitynation.net/files/images/whitehouse.jpg