Major League Baseball Players Fighting Modern-Day Slavery

More than 17 Major League Baseball players – from at least eight different teams – have joined the fight against human trafficking by pledging to donate to Not For Sale’s Free2Play initiative. Not For Sale, an anti-trafficking organization based in California, set up the Free2Play platform as a way to fund athletic programs for victims of human trafficking. The CNN Freedom Project spoke to a few of those players about the issue of modern-day slavery and why they’re taking up the cause.
Learn more at CNN Freedom Project report: MLB Players Fighting Modern-Day Slavery
Source: Cable News Network, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
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