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Re: Slavery today: Chinese government-organized mass slavery, incl. 21st century cotton slavery, poses a new challenge for slavery researchers everywhere

The global developments around mass forced labour in China, including as a component of the Uyghur genocide, continue to arrive, blow by blow: Here is a quick, incomplete update.

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