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Take your Slavery Footprint!

End Trafficking

Visit the Slavery Footprint website and take the online story-driven survey that helps you see how your lifestyle contributes to forced labor. The survey is made up of 11 questions about things like the food and clothes that you buy. The resulting number reflects how many slaves touch the products that you buy, based on government data. The demand for cheap products fuels labor slavery, both in the U.S. and abroad. Nearly every one of us touches slavery through the products that we buy.

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  • Emily Pasnak-Lapchick

    I have 23 slaves working for me!! My clothing affected my score the most. I try to buy Fair Trade chocolate, sugar, and tea but it's hard for me to find clothes that are ethically sourced. Does anyone have any suggestions?