"I recently saw this map in a Washington Post article about modern day slavery and was immediately was struck by the spatial extent and amount of slaves in today’s global economy. As stated in that article, “This is not some softened, by-modern-standards definition of slavery. These 30 million people are living as forced laborers, forced prostitutes, child soldiers, child brides in forced marriages and, in all ways that matter, as pieces of property, chattel in the servitude of absolute ownership.” This map shows some important spatial patterns that seem to correlate to economic and cultural factors."
This map shows the strongest human slavery areas in the world. The map shows stronlgy in India, Asia, and Africa. This may contribute to religious poltical, cutural differences where one group dominates an ethnically or culturally inferior group. To some societies slavery is just like normal life, and others such as Sudan were countries that had Islamic to Christian oppression as slaves. it is happening all around the world with small children and sex trafficking where they are completely at the whim of the heads of those organizations. Our consumer dollars may also be used to support some of these henious slavery groups without even knowing. A Global movement to effect cultural, ethnic, and antislavery change should be initiated to help reduce the horribel atrocities of slavery in countries with their many forms.
Where you live is important. It can dictate quality of schools and hospitals, as well as things like cancer rates, unemployment, or whether the city repairs roads in your neighborhood. On this week's show, stories about destiny by address.
this podcast can gives us insight into other peoples experiences and decision making processes in choosing were to live and how that effects life for them. Depending on where we live rent may be cheaper but also living conditions and employment may not be all that great. Gentrification or community improvement also shows us, this renovating process helps change our old neighborhoods and tries to create better places for people to life, it speaks about fair housing and the various experiences that people have in the American way of living.
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