Kerry Kennedy on Slave Labor in the US
(2012-06-04) Kerry Kennedy, President of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, appeared on The Point's "Town Square" on Saturday to bring to light the plight of farm workers and the numerous cases of slave labor in the United States. During her video statement, Ms. Kennedy highlights the work of 2003 RFK Human Rights Award Laureates the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) who have emancipated over a thousand people in the U.S. Watch the segment below (begins at 04:41).
The Point is a political news and commentary channel on YouTube. Each week three panelists are invites to discuss and debate a wide variety of topics on the channel's "Town Square" segment.
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