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Human trafficking is the business of slavery – buying, owing, and selling people – and there are more people facing this reality today than at any other point in history. Uncover the horrifying and heartbreaking underworld of human slavery through this fictional short film. While the story accurately illustrates trafficking in America, it also demonstrates there is plenty of reason to hope. The tide is turning. We CAN end modern-day slavery in our lifetime.
This is your ticket to understand the good, the bad and the key components of the AP Biology exam. There’s more to this test than just filling in those tiny little circles, and this cast of young actors breaks it down so you’ll know how to take the test, master the free response section and brush up on the 30 most important topics.
This program focuses on the second provision in the nursing code of ethics pertaining to commitment.
Much like the standup comedian who tests and refines jokes in small clubs before rolling them out to a television audience, most successful entrepreneurs don’t begin with brilliant ideas: they discover them through a deliberate process of creative trial and error. From his research on innovative leaders, from Apple, 3M, Toyota, and Starbucks, to the U.S. Army’s counterinsurgency strategists, to artists and even standup comics, Peter Sims found they shared a surprisingly similar approach. (DVD or Video Streaming)