A Taste of Slavery

Number 18665
Subject Foreign Affairs
Source Knight-Ridder (Washington Bureau)
State Washington, D.C.
Year 2001
Publication Date June 23-28
Summary An investigation by the Knight-Ridder Washington Bureau reveals that boys enslaved on Ivory Coast farms harvest cocoa use to make chocolate that Americans consume.
Category Contest Finalist
Pages 45
Keywords cocoa;slaves;Ivory Coast;chocolate;slavery;labor;foreign affairs;international reporting;business;children
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