This is my slavery footprint. It shows the number of slave workers that support my lifestyle. Based upon the details of my life, I have approximately 35 slaves indirectly serving me. These include both adults and adolescents from all over the world. Here are a couple details that the survey offers.
DETAILS ON LABOR GEOGRAPHY:
- China - Coal mines, brick kilns and factories in the poorest regions of China operate illegally, using much of China's estimated 150 million internal migrants as slaves. Raw materials from slavery include: Acrylic, Cashmere, Coal, Cotton, Gold, Graphite, Leather, Limestone, Linen, Mercury, Nylon, Pearl, Quartz, Silicon, Silk, Silver, Tin, Tungsten, Wool, Pig Iron, Lead, Lithium, Polyester
- Zambia - Zambian women and children are exploited in the country's domestic, agricultural and textile sectors while men are forced to work in mines and on construction sites. Raw materials from slavery include: Cobalt, Cotton, Emerald.
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