Fighting to Unravel India's Widespread Child Labor Abuses
Clip: 07/31/2013 | 10m 34s
There are laws against child labor in India, yet millions of underage children are still trafficked or forced by poverty to toil away in factories. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro profiles an entrepreneur who developed a labeling system for rugs made without child labor and helps get underage workers back in school.
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