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The CNN Freedom Project: Ending Modern Day Slavery” is an excellent multimedia resource on human trafficking.  Wow is is startling, and would fit right in to many units of study.  The first one that comes to mind is when we study the Civil War.  As Americas, we just assume the Civil War ended slavery.  Well, did it?

Here is  the link to Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day Blog resources for more things to hlep in your unit of studdy or lesson plan:  The Best Resources For Learning About Human Trafficking Today.

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One Response to “The CNN Freedom Project: Ending Modern Day Slavery” (Resources for teaching)

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