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The dark side of chocolate Arts & Humanities Aleah Bowie '13 (from left), Janell Holloway '13, and Raven Fisher '13 sampled chocolate during a class that introduced the political side of the sweet treat. The Pink Floyd Movie Synchronization Story. The Most Comprehensive List of Pink Floyd Movie Connections on the Web. By Andrew C. Wendland. [email protected] (remove "no-spam" from address). With Contributions from Todd "Boris" Ellis, Jeff Stillman, Kenny Dreamx, Jimmy Heidecker, Scott Goia, Bob Carroll, Marco DeConno, Zephyr Ash Ostrowski, Tyler . The Dark Side of Chocolate is a documentary that was produced in by a journalist named Miki Mistrati. Who investigates the use of trafficked children to be used for child labor in the harvesting of cocoa beans for the production of chocolate.
This is one of the most popular delicious sweets of all times. We know that as early as centuries ago chocolate was more believed to be not just a sweet but a special type of medicine which was used by early doctors to heal people from various illnesses.
It was served as a drink made from the cacao bean by Aztecs and Mayans. But even today, chocolate is produced in the form of bars. Every day many of us buy chocolate products, try their delightful taste and keep enjoying chocolate more and more.
We give our family members, sweethearts and closest friends chocolate gifts on birthdays, holidays, special events, or just because we want to bring a smile on the faces of our kids.
But this is only one side of the chocolate story many of us know about. The other side of it looks dark and terrifying. A long way of a chocolate bar starts in a far West Africa.
The world market demands cocoa at low prices. For this reason, cocoa in West Africa is being produced with the use of child labor. Just in Ivory Coast, the United States Department of State has found that more than children are put to work on the cocoa plantations.
Another interesting fact has shown that over 10 of them are victims of human trafficking and enslavement. But the report of the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture made in has given even worse data. According to it, there are children in West Africa who work in the cocoa farms, and of them are in Ivory Coast only.
These numbers impress and, at the same time, terrify as many kids do suffer in slavery these days. These children who work for the cocoa demand of the world market are not even 15 years old yet, and they have never seen a school classroom.
Maybe, it was thought as normal a hundred years ago but today, in the world where democracy rules are known, there is no place for any kind of slavery and use of children as workers or for any other wrong purposes.
This is a bright example for us to see and understand that no one up there really values a child as a human being who has his own rights to life and liberty and, is surely not born to be a slave UN, But these things keep happening at the present day.
They are born in these conditions and keep living like that. When they are sold, or just put to work by relatives who sold them to farmers or traffickers, or by farmers themselves, they lose any chance to breakthrough, to be able to make any change and start to live another way.
Once a child is taken to a cocoa farm, he starts to work hard with no day-offs. There is a tiny chance that he will ever see his family again ILRF, Sometimes his relatives may come, although mostly not because of a desire to see and give a hug to their child but to get the money that this child earned during his staying over in the farm.
Unfortunately, people do not understand the dangerous situation they put a child in, and the consequences that are up to come.The Pink Floyd Movie Synchronization Story. The Most Comprehensive List of Pink Floyd Movie Connections on the Web.
By Andrew C. Wendland. [email protected] (remove "no-spam" from address). With Contributions from Todd "Boris" Ellis, Jeff Stillman, Kenny Dreamx, Jimmy Heidecker, Scott Goia, Bob Carroll, Marco DeConno, Zephyr Ash Ostrowski, Tyler .
The dark side of chocolate Arts & Humanities Aleah Bowie '13 (from left), Janell Holloway '13, and Raven Fisher '13 sampled chocolate during a class that introduced the political side of the sweet treat. The corporate ethical issues raised by this case is the fact that all the corporate companies that buy the chocolate from the Ivory Coast are fully aware of the issue about child slavery and that they signed an agreement to not participate in any child slavery manufacturing, yet they still continue to purchase their chocolate with the same manufacturers that participate in child slavery.
The Dark Side of Chocolate is a documentary film about the exploitation and slavetrading of African children to harvest chocolate still occurring nearly ten years after the cocoa industry pledged to end it.
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Everyone likes a sweet treat once in a while. But if you can't get through the day without a chocolate . I originally introduced the term “orthorexia” in the article below, published in the October issue of Yoga Journal.
Some of the things I said in the article are no longer true of .