Tobacco child laborers in Kenya discuss experiences working in fields, producing leaf for British American Tobacco and other cigarette manufacturers. The three girls in the video speak about their own physical exhaustion due to tobacco work, and deforestation in western Kenya as a result of tobacco farming. One in a series of videos.

March 2011

Producers
- Marty Otañez, Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department, University of Colorado, Denver
ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/CLAS/Departments/anthropology/Pages/Anthropology.aspx

marty.otanez@ucdenver.edu
sidewalkradio.net
dscoalition.org
fairtradetobacco.org

- Mary Okioma, Women for Justice in Africa
okioma_mary@yahoo.com; womenforjustice.org

Funds provided by the International Labor Rights Forum
laborrights.org/stop-child-labor/tobacco-campaign

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