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Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Benin, a majestic arch marks the point of no return where through the centuries millions of slaves waited in chains to be shipped to America. But now a modern-day m of slavery has gripped the West African nation again.I just felt really burdened by the fact that children are being taken as slavery. Carmen Morris is a Florida business woman who's on her third visit to Benin. She's on a personal mission to help end the human trafficking and is building a sanctuary those children, some as young as 5, who've been rescued by local police from their lives as what she calls slave laborers. The first trip that we took, 0 children were rescued from child slavery. According to UNICEF the overall numbers are staggering. 1. million children are trafficked each year worldwide, 50,000 of them in Benin alone. Many are sold by their parents.Poverty is a problem here in Benin as it is in almost of Africa. It is poverty that is fueling the slave trade, cing parents either sell their children to traffickers on purpose or inadvertently. Traffickers would often swoop on the poor remote villages, offering money the children or promising paying jobs in bigger cities like nearby Cotonou or Lagos, Nigeria. In Benin the children are put to work by local traders in bustling markets selling everything from soda to a local delicacy: barbecued bush rats.Morris is determined to do what she can to stop the cycle. Sometimes the job is overwhelming. You know you have been hearing these stories 3 years, and, and, we just can't stop feeling. And as the ground is broken on a new sanctuary lost children, Carmen knows she will be back. Jennifer Santiago, CBS News, Benin. 1。

  • Rene Descartes勒内·笛卡儿Rene Descartes was a French philosopher and writer who spent most of his adult life in the Dutch Republic. He has been dubbed the “Father of Modem Philosophy”,and much subsequent Western philosophy is a response to his writings, which are studied closely to this day. In particular, his Meditations on First Philosophy continues to be a standard text at most university philosophy departments. Descartes’ influence in mathematics is equally apparent. He is credited as the father of analytical geometry, the bridge between algebra and geometry. Descartes was also one of the key figures in the Scientific Revolution.勒内·笛卡儿是一名法国哲学家,成年后大部分时间却住在荷兰他被认为是现代西方哲学的奠基人,在他之后的西方哲学相当一部分是对他的作品和思想的回应他的著作在今天仍受到广大学者的仔细研究尤其是他的《第一哲学沉思集一直是众多大学哲学系的标准教材笛卡儿在数学上的影响也同样显著,他还被称为“几何之父”笛卡儿也是科学革命中的主要人物Descartes was born in La Haye en Touraine (now Descartes), Indre-et-Loire, France. When he was one year old, his mother died. His father was a member in the provincial parliament. At the age of eight, he entered the Jesuit College Royal Henry-Le-Grand at La Fleche. After graduation, he studied at the University of Poitiers, earning a Baccalaureat and Licence in law in ,in accordance with his father’s wishes that he should become a lawyer.笛卡儿生于法国安德尔-卢瓦尔省的图赖讷(现笛卡尔,因笛卡儿得名)他一岁多时母亲就去世了他父亲是省议会的议员8岁时笛卡儿就进入拉夫赖士(La Fle che)的耶稣会学校接受教育,毕业后到普瓦捷大学学习法律,年,如父亲所愿,获得中学毕业书及法律执业资格He spent most of his youth traveling, visiting courts and armies, mixing with people of diverse temperaments and ranks, gathering various experiences. Despite frequent moves he wrote all his major work during his plus years in the Netherlands, where he managed to revolutionize mathematics and philosophy. In 33, Galileo was condemned by the Roman Catholic Church, and Descartes abandoned plans to publish Treatise on the World, his work of the previous four years. Nevertheless, in 37 he published part of this work in three essays: Les Meteores (The Meteors), La Dioptrique (Dioptrics) and La Geometrie (Geometry), preceded by an introduction, his famous Discours de la Metode (Discourse on the Method).笛卡儿年轻时花费了大量时间游历各方,参观王宫和军队,与各种性格和阶层的人们交往,积攒不同的经历尽管经常迁移,他的主要作品仍然是在他多岁时在荷兰完成的,他试图掀起一场数学和哲学的革命33年,迦利略被罗马天主教会控告有罪,使笛卡儿放弃了出版《世界,这是他前四年的心血的结晶然而,在37年,他将这本书中的部分内容发表在三篇小散文中:《折光学、《气象学和《几何学,书的序言就是他著名的《方法论Descartes continued to publish works concerning both mathematics and philosophy the rest of his life. He died on February 50 in Stockholm, Sweden, where he had been invited as a tutor Queen Christina of Sweden. The cause of death was said to be pneumonia — he may have suffered a detrimental effect on his health due to Christina’s demands early morning study. The lack of sleep could have severely compromised his immune system.笛卡儿余生里继续出版关于数学和哲学的著作他于50年月日在瑞典斯德哥尔逝世,之前他受瑞典女王邀请来到瑞典,为克里斯蒂娜皇后当老师据说他感染了肺炎,可能是因为克里斯蒂娜要求早起学习,长期的缺乏睡眠严重影响了他的免疫系统,给他的健康带来了慢性损害 600。
  • Voice 1: Thank you joining us today Spotlight. Im Bryan Van Haitsma.声音1:欢迎收听重点报道节目我是布莱恩·范·海特斯马Voice : And Im Rebekah Schipper. Spotlight uses a special English method of broadcasting. It is easier people to understand, no matter where in the world they live.声音:我是瑞贝卡·席佩尔本节目用慢速英语的方式播报新闻便于全世界各地民众的理解Voice 1: One of our producers, Christy VanArragon, carries something very special in her handbag. Yes, she carries money in her handbag. She carries pictures of her family. She carries her driving licence. But she also carries something else. She carries a small book. In the book there is a list of her rights as a human and as an international citizen. The list is called the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Here is Christy to tell us more about why she carries this list of human rights.声音1:我们节目的其中一名制作人克里斯蒂·凡·阿拉贡的手提包里装着特殊的物品对,她的手提包里有钱,有家庭照,还有驾驶不过她的包里还装着其他东西她带了了本小册子里面列出了她作为人类和国际公民所享有的权利这被称为《世界人权宣言下面克里斯蒂将告诉我们她为什么随身携带人权宣言 译文属 5680。
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