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México Bárbaro 2010| 1hr : 23mins
Director: Luis Rincón | Producer: Martha Orozco
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Mexico
Subject Tags: americas, crime, human rights, livelihood, mexico
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In 1810, Miguel Hidalgo declared slavery abolished in Mexico. In 1910, John K. Turner published “México Bárbaro”, a book that reveals the slavery networks that operated under the Porfirio Díaz dictatorship. In 2010, amidst the centennial and bicentennial celebrations of the Mexican Revolution and Independence, slavery networks continue to exist.

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