The faces of lost youth: Haunting photos of child oyster shuckers show inhospitable working conditions borne by thousands of children
The faces of lost youth: Haunting photos of child oyster shuckers show inhospitable working conditions borne by thousands of children before revolutionary labour laws were passed | Daily Mail | Take a good look because this is exactly where many republicans, to include presidential candidates, would like to take America back to if they can gain control of all 3 branches of government. Remember this when you vote in 2016!
William Forsythe: Scattered Crowds (2012). Thousands of white balloons are suspended in the air, accompanied by a wash of music, emphasising “the air-borne landscape of relationships, distance, of humans and emptiness, of coalescence and decision”.
The faces of Naruto, Ichigo, Luffy, and Natsu. This is where the saying "The battle is won, but the child is lost." Goes.
Arriving at Auschwitz, children and their mothers, along with the old and infirm, were taken directly to the gas chambers. Those exhausted by slave labor and the appalling conditions joined them, while camp doctors, including the notorious Josef Mengele, selected thousands of prisoners for cruel, crippling and life-threatening experimentation. By 1944, so many were being killed that the bodies had to be burnt on huge pyres, fueled, partly, by the victim’s own fat.
Children in Victorian Times, Working conditions, Royal Commissions Children in Victorian Times worked under harrowing conditions.
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The ladies behind Lady Grey jewelry, for our Month Of Working Girls. Photos by Sunny Shokrae.
Matchgirls participating in a strike against Bryant & May in London, 1888. The strike was caused by the poor working conditions in the match factory, including fourteen-hour work days and the severe health complications of working with white phosphorus.