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Combat child labor in the U.S.

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The A Path Appears exhibit tells the story of a young Cambodian girl named Pharady. Instead of going to school, she works 12-hours a day in a brick factory. 

Child labor is not just a foreign problem, it persists (legally) throughout the U.S. 

Share this short Human Rights Watch video about child farm workers in the U.S. on Facebook and Twitter (tag #childlabor). Ask your online friends to handwrite a letter to their congressperson in support of the Children Don’t Belong on Tobacco Farms Act - a ban on kids working on tobacco farms throughout the U.S.