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My Sweat, Whose Gain?| 14mins
Director: Irene Kulabako | Producer: Raising Voices
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Uganda
Subject Tags: africa, human rights, poverty, uganda, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
So if you are a child, does that mean that your labor is worth nothing? Does it mean you own nothing? Isaac’s question echoes the questions many children have who are denied access to the family’s resources, yet are expected to contribute heavily towards them. How can children learn the value of hard work and patience if nothing they do is of benefit to them? Isaac discovers that change is possible, if you dare to ask for it.
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