This is a tale of the long struggle encoutered by the victims of slavery from the 18th to the 20th century in what has proven to have been the single most painflul tragedy of the history of human kind. It will take you through the times of the grueling fight to abolish slavery, recount of the most outspoken and virulent proponents that lined up behind a cause to grant equal rights to those that had been relinquished of their basic rights of the freedom of life. Although the wounds of the past times have somewhat healed, it remained a fact and reality that slavery hadn`t been completely abolished. It will show that in the most modern days of our time, slavery still permeates through a global system that long established the complete annihilation of any sort of use of humans to achieve whichever purpose. From Africa to America and Asia, slave labor is still directly or indirectly practiced proving that the fight for emancipation has yet to have been won, and that the Black people and their supporters that ignited the revolution were merely paving the road to a battle that has proven to be longest of our times. With it`s newly acquired mask, slavery in it`s newest form is doing as much harm around the world as when it was first perpetrated to African Slaves: child labor, hunger and porverty is one of the few examples of the new breed of slavery in it`s most indignant form. This work of passion will open your eyes to what is probably happening in your back doors and how we have all turned a blind eye to a tragedy thas hasn`t stopped ailing our fellow brothers and sisters around the world and how we have gotten so unconscient about it in the process.