A report by Human Rights Watch on labor exploitation and trafficking of children in tobacco farms in Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina. Children on tobacco farms face severe health and safety risks, including accute nicotine poisoning, chemical exposure and workplace injury.

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