The Perception Of Slavery

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Although our perception of slavery can be altered from time to time, reality is that slavery is much more than, what is commonly known as confinement. When we think of slaves, our minds are often constricted to a specific definition, such as captivity. However, there are countless ways of enslavement that we would initially fail to recognize. Slavery travels back to ancient civilization. During the 18th century slavery was first initiated throughout the Babylonian times. In the year of 2007, I made my first trip back to my home country, Pakistan. As we arrived to our residents home, I was overwhelmed by our entrance. A young man opened my door, while another grabbed my bags and the third was awaiting near the doors ready to be at our service.
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