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'''Coffee''' is a beverage which is grown in many tropical and semi-tropical countries, some of which have a history of [[slavery]], and in which, as in Brazil, growers may practice slavery or conditions close to slavery in the harvesting of coffee.<ref name = wp92118>[https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/the-hidden-suffering-behind-the-brazilian-coffee-that-jump-starts-american-mornings/2018/08/30/e5e5a59a-8ad4-11e8-9d59-dccc2c0cabcf_story.html "The hidden suffering behind the Brazilian coffee that jump-starts American mornings"]</ref>
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'''Coffee''' is a beverage which is grown in many tropical and semi-tropical countries, some of which have a history of [[slavery]], and in which, as in Brazil, growers may practice slavery or conditions close to slavery in the harvesting of coffee.<ref name = wp92118>[https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/the-hidden-suffering-behind-the-brazilian-coffee-that-jump-starts-american-mornings/2018/08/30/e5e5a59a-8ad4-11e8-9d59-dccc2c0cabcf_story.html "The hidden suffering behind the Brazilian coffee that jump-starts American mornings"]</ref> Brazil has been in the news due to its efforts to address working conditions, not because of neglect of the problem.<ref>[https://www.reuters.com/article/us-brazil-slavery/brazil-government-backs-off-weakening-slave-labor-laws-idUSKBN1EN185 "Brazil government backs off weakening slave labor laws"]</ref>
  
 
==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==

Latest revision as of 01:31, 3 September 2018

Coffee is a beverage which is grown in many tropical and semi-tropical countries, some of which have a history of slavery, and in which, as in Brazil, growers may practice slavery or conditions close to slavery in the harvesting of coffee.[1] Brazil has been in the news due to its efforts to address working conditions, not because of neglect of the problem.[2]

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