June 27th, 2011
02:18 PM ET

Anti-slavery voices speak out

In a panel hosted by CNN's Jim Clancy, anti-slavery activists speak out about what can and should be done.

Topics: In The News • Solutions • TIP Report

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  1. SarahPalin

    If we end sex slavery, where are all my rich republican friends going to have sex with children then?

    June 27, 2011 at 3:58 pm | Reply
    • Rae Ann Pointer

      You have friends that have sex with children and you don't report them?

      June 28, 2011 at 12:40 pm | Reply
  2. adr4808

    Ok I we had enough of this slavery and sex trade we are gona impose sanctions against China ....Wait then again maybe not China is too powerfull and we are too cowards to take on big countries. Lets start with Guinea yeah they are small enough hehe yeahahhhh !!!!!!!!

    June 27, 2011 at 4:58 pm | Reply
  3. Projectreality

    The brother band rote a song called "Unseen" about child slavery. prostitution, and labor laws. Public awareness needs to be increaseed. All parties democrats and republicans should be able to agree to change and enforce laws to stop child slavery. Unseen is written by a 14 year old who heard the horrors that young teens experience in slavery.

    June 27, 2011 at 6:24 pm | Reply
    • Projectreality

      June 27, 2011 at 6:24 pm | Reply
  4. Willie Viljoen

    Never in the history of South Africa has the trust in the integrity and honesty of the government of South Africa been so low, as seen and experienced by its own people. The ever ongoing greed for power, positions and money with a total lack of wisdom, norms and moral values has split the ANC party into an irreparable and irrevocable banana circus. The uneducated clowns of the circus leads without any clue of the destruction and economic damage they cause, totally blinded in a foolish rush for personal gain, so called “black empowerment” and “correctional action” which has caused poor people to be poorer, and the disempowerment of an irreplaceable and knowledgeable workforce that could create wealth for all. Like in Zimbabwe, the blind will lead because of the uninformed masses voting for the blind, not knowing how deep the black hole is in which all their hopes and dreams will disappear.

    June 28, 2011 at 3:50 am | Reply
  5. Willie Viljoen

    South Africa in Crisis: Never in the history of South Africa has the trust in the integrity and honesty of the government of South Africa been so low, as seen and experienced by its own people. The ever ongoing greed for power, positions and money with a total lack of wisdom, norms and moral values has split the ANC party into an irreparable and irrevocable banana circus. The uneducated clowns of the circus leads without any clue of the destruction and economic damage they cause, totally blinded in a foolish rush for personal gain, so called “black empowerment” and “correctional action” which has caused poor people to be poorer, and the disempowerment of an irreplaceable and knowledgeable workforce that could create wealth for all. Like in Zimbabwe, the blind will lead because of the uninformed masses voting for the blind, not knowing how deep the black hole is in which all their hopes and dreams will disappear.

    June 28, 2011 at 3:52 am | Reply
  6. chinedu

    As an African I think is time we have an african union.

    June 28, 2011 at 7:28 am | Reply
  7. Rae Ann Pointer

    ACORN had no problem with Salvadoran children being brought into the U.S. for sex slavery. And Democrats protected ACORN until they were outed. Let's get one thing clear: Democrats don't care about other races, they just want their votes and they'll gladly buy them with other people's money.

    June 28, 2011 at 12:43 pm | Reply
    • Jim

      Because this is a partisan issue. You're an idi*t if you think that the Dems are the only to blame.

      July 2, 2011 at 5:43 pm | Reply
  8. chinedu

    people don't understand what slavery is I have seen it i have I live it, as child I thought it was a way to life,were u have no privilege what so ever, now I know better. Thank u, cnn.

    June 28, 2011 at 6:59 pm | Reply
  9. Mark Iannicelli / MUHAMMAD Li

    This is my second blog. The involuntarily surgery of implants into U.S.A. prisoners, mentally ill and hospitalized targeted individuals is from tax payers money that U.S. Congress appropriates to the Dept. of Commerce, Off ice of Science and Technoloy and U.S. Treasury /Dept. OF Justice Law Enforcement Agencies /Office of Science Technology are getting this money and violating the U.S. Constitution and human rights. All their documents of targeted individuals need to be declassified to expose involuntary implantation, torture and murder. Check out mindcontrolforum.net and peacepink.ning.net to see the list of victims. My intelligence says the Nassau County Long Island Jail and the Garden City Police Department's holding cells could be an accomplice with perpetrators that are residence in Garden City on Long Island, New York and federal law enforcement. Please be advised that U.S. Federal law enforcement uses counterintelligence methods to disinform my blogs. CNN contact the U.S Senate on Intelligence and find out who where and how many victims there are and liberate them before the perpetrators murder them all. Yours Sincerely, Mark Iannicelli

    June 29, 2011 at 6:18 pm | Reply
  10. Baraka john

    I dislike slave also its so bad because it decrease status of people also it increase povert for all people (africa)

    July 3, 2011 at 10:55 am | Reply
  11. iwhere chinonye kheri

    i really do wish to be part of this project along with our actress.. DEMI MOORE... i shall make a stand to end human trafficking and illegal immigration

    July 4, 2011 at 2:13 pm | Reply
  12. iwhere chinonye kheri

    it will only take the grace of God to rescue victims of this distressing trauma out of these bondage.. God help our nation, our home, our world

    July 4, 2011 at 2:20 pm | Reply
  13. iwhere chinonye kheri

    i completely agree with you baraka john

    July 4, 2011 at 2:26 pm | Reply

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