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    brings light to the plight of slaves

    This is the story of a child who was kidnapped from her home when she was young, she doesn’t even know her name and goes by the name her master/owner gave her, Bakhita. She suffers a lot as a slave in Sudan and this book covers not only what happened but how she felt about it. She eventually enters the Canossian Daughters of Charity where she is treated a lot better and accepted by the Mother Superior. Years after Bakhita’s death she canonized by the Catholic Church making her a Saint. The book is laid out very well and so it is easy to follow along. This is a book that more people should read, there is still slavery in some countries, and it needs to be addressed and stopped. Enslaving people, whether it be adults or children is wrong and they have such a terrible existence of abuse with no rights to object to whatever their master deems to do to them. This book really helps to focus attention on to the issue and it brings light to the plight of all slaves.

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