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Invisible slaves: An MTV EXIT Special | 23mins
Director: Nicolas Chausovsky | Producer: MTV EXIT
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Thailand
Subject Tags: asia, crime, duty, global, human rights, migration, thailand, trafficking
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A powerful, shocking, and encouraging new documentary film hosted by Calle13, one of the biggest and most influential Latin American bands of all time. The program follows four young victims of modern day slavery who share their stories so others can escape and recover from the suffering that was inflicted upon them. Marcela and Laura are two girls forced to live as sexual workers for their “boyfriends” Maria, at only five years old was coerced into domestic servitude. José was pushed into a life of drug trafficking. Hundreds of thousands of young people in Latin America and the Caribbean are lured into modern-day slavery by seeking safety and a better future. They are trapped in dangerous and frightening scenarios and forced into manual labor, drug trafficking, and sex work.

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