In the United States today is Martin Luther King day. This man, through the work of millions of other people, has come to symbolize human rights and a desire to end slavery’s legacy in all forms. He understood, as do others, that slavery still exists in different forms even now. It exists as institutions, it exists in economic forms, and exists in the minds of people. This last part is rarely mentioned.
So what is slavery?
To expand the idea of what slavery is to include both the world and internal states, I would redefine it as the following:
Slavery is the state of living with no perceivable choices. (more…)