In compiling the report HRW interviewed 141 children aged 7-17 who work on tobacco farms in North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Under U.S. law, children under 12 can work unlimited hours on a family member’s tobacco farm. Outside of agriculture it is illegal to employ someone younger than 14.
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Behind the scenes of what we do at Circa, an interview with Circa Director of News, David Cohn.
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The original JFK broadcast, as it happened 50 years ago today.
Circa’s Matt Galligan on Entrepreneurship and Journalism
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