Benjamin Skinner - A Modern Day Abolitionist





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Published on May 18, 2010

Benjamin Skinner speaks at Oslo Freedom Forum 2010
A Modern Day Abolitionist


From Bucharest to Port-au-Prince, from northern India to southern Sudan, Benjamin Skinner is the first person in history to observe the sale of human beings on four continents. He is a specialist in modern day slavery, the antithesis of freedom, which affects more people today than at any other time in history. Though the term slavery is all too often thrown around as a substitute for drudgery, toil, or undue hardship, the true definition is far from metaphor. Skinner asks us to not to stand idly by as we ponder this evil, but to take action, for if we push our governments, if we work as a movement, we can abolish slavery once and for all, together.


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