On Human Servitude



Having begun life in California as a surfer and rock-and-roll sidekick, Aaron Cohen now travels undercover through the shantytowns, refugee camps and brothels of the world's poorest countries – many in Southeast Asia and Africa – trying to rescue or at least identify the victims of human trafficking, from boys laboring for free in steamy factories to terrorized girls as young as eight working as sex slaves. In the newly released "Slavehunter," Cohen explores what is the
world’s largely hidden, fastest-growing, and most deadly illegal enterprise. Cohen's non-profit, Abolish Slavery Coalition, is here.

"Because for whatever reason, the number of girls I've saved, or the
number of boys I've taken out of child soldiering camps, doesn't
compare to the ones we have left behind..."

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