Civil War Institute
2.7 million. That’s an estimate for the number of slaves in the world today. The true number is probably higher, even though the United States abolished slavery 150 years ago. Most of today’s slaves go unseen and unaided, victims of an opaque system of exploitation that conspires to keep them oppressed. [excerpt]
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Lavery, Kevin P., "The Unfinished Work: Slavery Today" (2015). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 94.