Karlee Sapoznik

A Forgotten Story: The Race Against Time to Unearth the Holocaust by Bullets – 1941-1944

October 14, 2010

Karlee Sapoznik on the ‘Holocaust by Bullets’

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“When People Eat Chocolate, They Are Eating My Flesh”: Slavery and the Dark Side of Chocolate

June 30, 2010

Whether it’s a Mars, Cadbury, Hershey, Nestle or Snickers chocolate bar, most of us relish biting into one of life’s most tasty, cheap indulgences: chocolate.

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Bill C-268, Human Trafficking and Slavery in Canada Past and Present

May 13, 2010

As a former British colony, Canada abolished the slave trade over 200 years ago. However, slavery was certainly not eradicated with the legal abolition of the slave trade. Canadians still buy and sell human beings.

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