Best Labor Trafficking Documentaries

July 14, 2016 Mariah Long Opinion 
Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor

Last month we looked at some great documentaries on sex trafficking. This week we are looking at some films that are highlighting labor trafficking.

Food Chains

Look inside where your food comes from and who picks it.

Full Film Available for Purchase.

The Dark Side of Chocolate

Take a look inside the slaves who are picking the cocoa for your chocolate bar. 

Full film available online. 


Forced to work in a brick kiln Kavi still dreams of another life. This is his story.

Full film available online.

Not My Life

This film shows all the types of slavery that exist in the world today with true stories of survivors

Full film available for purchase. 

Call + Response

Produced by Justin Dillon of Made in a Free World, Call + Response was made to shed a light on slavery in the world today in its many forms. 

Full film available online. 

Topics: Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor

About the Author

Mariah Long

Mariah was previously the Program Manager of End Slavery Now. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati's DAAP program with a degree in Digital Design. 

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