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India won't rest till implementation of 13th amendment: PC

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This article shows the true passion India hhas for the 13th Amendment. "India has been consistently insisting for implementation of 13th Amendment." There has been many attempts made to implement the 13th Amendment in India while Lankan government is trying to not implement it.

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The Island

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In this article the Government reacts angrily to Wijeyadasa's move.  Wijeyadasa is/was a Presidents Counsel who interupted the presentation of a new bill. During the uproar, Aturaliye Ratana Thera, a member of Parliament brought in a Private Member’s Bill to do away with the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

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The 13th Amendment: It DID NOT end slavery!

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The guy in this video brings up a very good point. Did the 13th Amemendment ACTUALLY end slavery? Not according to this guy. It's not only with African Americans either. It's about everyone, even children, who are imprisoned and what the 13th Amendment REALLY says.

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House passes the 13th Amendment

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The 13th Amendment was passed during the time of the Civil War. Lincoln's first ambition was the restoration of the Union. That thought quickly faded as he realized that escaping slaves were being held captive by the Union. 

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13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Abolition of Slavery

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This site quickly touches on the 13th Amendment and how it was passed by Congress on January 31st, 1865 and ratified on December 6th. It also showcases the famous words of the amendment,  "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction."

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Kent Bush: Times change and so do ideals

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This guy, Kent Bush, decides to state his opions on the Constitution. During his explaination, he talks especially about the 13th Amendment saying, "The 13th Amendment in 1865 gave true freedom to black people in the United States. But even with freedom they couldn’t vote until 1870 – and even then it was only the men who were allowed to vote."

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Little-known visa for trafficking victims is chronically underused

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Cindy Liou and many other advocates for the 13th Amendment stand out to talk about the wrongness of trafficking for T-visa and green cards.“Trafficking is a 13th Amendment crime,” they said of the amendment prohibiting slavery and involuntary servitude. “It is a human-right violation, it has to do with exploitation of someone’s labor or services out of force, fraud or coercion.”

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'Vining' the Bill of Rights: History lesson taps social media

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This classroom took a boring lesson into a fun project. The teacher thought about what he wanted to teacher and how to get the students involved. He made up a fun fun project for hes students to make a short video on the amendment they chose. This video is made by a group of kids whos made a Vine on the 13th Amendment.

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Our Documents - 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Abolition of Slavery (1865)

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This site explains how the 13th Amendment was approved and the hardships it hhad along the way. Abraham Lincoln was the President at the time and he fought for this certain amendment. At first, he managed to get the Senate to pass it, but for a while, the House refused. 

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