The Workers Cup - Modern Slavery?
Clip: Season 31 Episode 5 | 3m 19s
During lunch in the cafeteria, workers who are also members of the company’s soccer team talk about what they miss from home and their definitions of “freedom.” Their conversation touches on issues of racism and whether the conditions of their employment are a modern form of slavery.
Aired: 07/09/18Video has closed captioning.
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