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End Modern Slavery by 2020

Slavery is alive in the modern world. Believe it or not.

On Tuesday, Dec. 2, for the first time in history Catholic, Anglican and Orthodox Christian leaders joined with leaders of the Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim religions with a common goal in mind.

They signed a declaration to the committed to the elimination of slavery and human trafficking by the year 2020.

“We consider any action which does not treat others as equals to be an abhorrent crime. God is a love that […]

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