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Kevin Bales
Kevin Bales

Books: Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy

The use of humans by other humans as sources of free labor and without regard to the right of self-determination of those dominated is, according to sociologist Kevin Bales, as old as humanity and very much a reality in the contemporary world. Bales is president of "Free the Slaves", a non-profit organization working to end slavery worldwide. Bales has spent years researching slavery and he's the author of the book, Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Kevin Bales gives a lecture tonight (7 pm) at SUNY-Potsdam. He told Todd Moe that slavery began some five-thousand years ago and continues today. He says, there's been an increase in slavery in the last 50 years.  Go to full article
SUNY Potsdam students Matt Rpbinson, Potsdam, and Trish Wickwire, Parishville.
SUNY Potsdam students Matt Rpbinson, Potsdam, and Trish Wickwire, Parishville.

SUNY Potsdam Students Study Jobs and Politics in Northern Mexico

David Sommerstein talks with Trish Wickwire and Matt Robinson about their recent trip to the "maquiladora" zone along the U.S.-Mexico border. They say workers need to form a global coalition in a global economy.  Go to full article

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