1. Our TitleDestroying children’s lives around the world By:
2. Child labor is causingmany children as young asthree years old, to work tosupport their families.
3. That young women ages 15-22 yearsold go into prostitution to support their families?
4. There are no fewer than9,000 to 12,800 boysworking illegally under 14years old. Some of theirparents are dead andthey are only trying tokeep them and theiryounger siblings alive.
5. FINALLY IN 1833 THE LAW CHANGED.KIDS 11-18 YEARS OLD WEREALLOWED TO WORK A MAXIMUM OF12 HOURS PER DAY. WHILE YOUWERE COMPLAINING ABOUT CHORES,THERE ARE KIDS OUR AGE FIGHTINGTO STAY ALIVE.
6. 114 million are in Asia and the Pacific (53%) 14 million are in Latin America (7%)A girl crying because of 65 million live in Sub-child labor. Saharan Africa (30%)
7. While some children are living happily, others are living through child labor. If you buy certain chain products like “Nike” or “Hershey” it could increase child labor.THISTO…
8. This picture is showing how Rajucarries bricks on his head to makea living.
9. IN COAL MINES, OFTEN TIMES ONLYTHE WHITES OF EYES AND RED LIPS ARE VISIBLE OF A CHILDS BODY. THEY LICK THEIR LIPS TO KEEP THEM MOIST AND BY DOING THAT IT CAN CAUSE BLACK LUNG DISEASE.
10. There are 7 millionchildren that work 6a.m. to 7 p.m. onone decent meal aday. IF THEY DON’T WORK, THEY DON’T EAT.
11. ALL OF THESE AREAS STILL HAVE CHILDLABOR. THIS IS A CHART OF ONLY FEMALES.IF WE WORK TOGETHER, WE CAN STOP ITFOREVER!
12. BUT ENOUGHBAD NEWS….
14. THE SAD PART IS… When the children got fired, it took away their income, taking their chance of survival. The people that boycotted, only hurt the children worse.
15. HERE’S SOME GOOD NEWS!
16. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERNCEIN THE LIFE OF A CHILD!
17. Now FutureThank you for watching
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