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Be the Change: Your Guide to Freeing Slaves and Changing the World

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  • Posted January 28, 2010

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    27 Million. A number I will NEVER again forget.

    I am 15 years old. I now want to change the world. After reading Zach's book I learned a lot more than I have ever known before...about myself or the world. 27 Million is the minimum number of people in slavery, TODAY. There are kids, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters in slavery. Slavery today has nothing to do with ethnicity. It can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

    It is even in America.

    Today, 14,500 to 17,500 people are illegally traded (like drugs or weapons, they are treated like cargo) into the USA. That is foreign people being sold into our country.

    ALSO, get this, not all the people in slavery are foreign. MANY are Americans. American teenage girls are at EXTREMELY high risk for internet predators, right? Well, did you ever think that they were also under risk for being sold?

    This is an awful thing! What this book talks about, however, isn't how awful it is. He explains how you can change the world, by simply being you. You don't have to buy a billion things or go to a different country to help out. Just stay where you are and live your life, but still change the world.

    I recommend this book because it let's you be you. But YOU can change the world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2011


    If there is one thing teens are experts on, its complaining. We promise to do something good, someday. Zach Hunter challenges us to do that something today! Find something we're passionate about, and do something to make a change for the better. He believes that our generationbis the one that will end the tragedies of the world: modern-day slavery, child-trafficking, etc. He inspires his readers to get to work and do something to make a change, today.

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  • Posted June 30, 2011

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    Find your Passion and Change the World

    BE THE CHANGE Revised and Expanded Edition By Zack Hunter As you contemplate your coming teen years what do you imagine it being like? Proms. Cramming for exams. More homework. School committees. Hanging out and having FUN with your friends. For Zack Hunter, his teen years have been very different. Zach is committed to abolishing modern day slavery. Think slavery ended with the Emancipation Proclamation - well you thought wrong! Slavery is a growing problem and it can be found world wide. Join Zach as he takes you on a journey - a journey through time with the people who had a passion to be the change in their world. As you read Be The Change you will have time for reflective thought at the end of each chapter. By the end of Be the Change you better understand yourself and your passion! Be The Change would be an excellent choice for a teen book group or a youth group who want a book with a deeper meaning. Written in a style that will appeal to teens!

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