Human Rights Stories of modern slaves

Once upon a time there was a house as big as the world is.
Like any self-respecting home, worthy of a prime time spot, or a smiling box office movie, it was made up of rooms.
The rooms, despite someone is still claiming for the contrary, were inhabited by occupants of a purely transitory nature, like the clouds that sometimes cover the sky. You can easily see that the drawings are never the same and those who say otherwise are blind, or want to blind others.
In one room, the inhabitants from the terminal
Photo by National Crime Agency
eternity nourished the fruits of the earth, of every form and color, declared taste or temporally fashion, vegetable or animal conception without any solution of continuity.

Read more

Comments

Stories about human rights, hunger, poverty, anti-war and peace (stories inspired by true events from Stories and News - Network) by Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher, italian author, playwright, storyteller, stage actor and director.

Topics: stories about human rights violations, stories on human rights, human rights news stories, human rights issues, human rights stories for kids, universal declaration of human rights, free stories about human rights, true stories about human rights, world hunger stories, poverty stories, stories about war, stories about peace, anti war stories
© 2018 Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher