Amid a dense blanket of dust, photographer Lisa Kristine shines her camera lens at the men, women, and even children who work 16 hours a day in brick kilns in India. And these people work in harsh conditions and high temperatures to the point that the camera in the hand of the photographer stopped working completely.
Lisa risks her safety to uncover a story so appalling, few dare to speak about it.
From Asia to Africa … this is what modern slavery looks like
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