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Social Oppression is unfairly treating a person or group of people who are different from other people or groups of people...With this definition and shared understanding of Social Oppression we find deep roots of social oppression lie in the world of trafficking. Trafficking is a rapidly growing issue affecting every corner of the globe.
The most consistent and deadly form of hunger across the global is malnutrition. Malnutrition is widespread and hard to spot to an untrained eye. It isn’t as obvious as famine and starvation. Where malnutrition can be passed from generation to generation, famine and starvation happen around an event and often wipe out the bloodlines of those suffering.