1832: a man named Michael Saddler has hear about children working in factories and went to investigate.Also named after queen Victoria 1833: The Act of 1833 which is the working laws for children. 1876:The protesting against Child Labor was happening in Philadelphia was happening.
1879: A woman named Ashley Commission was investigating for the safety of the children. The General Assembly imposed fines on the employers who employed children. The employment of children in certain industries, such as glass making factory began to decline. The Compulsory Education Net mandating that children between eight through thirteen year old children attend school for at least four months per year.
1901 –Jane Addams founds the Juvenile Protective Association to advocate against racism, child labor, exploitation, child abuse, and child prostitution in Chicago and their effects on child development and children as well. 1908: young children were in employed in jobs that deal with factories and mines and chimney sweeps. Some children have a 12-hour night shift in the United States and he working hours were long. Builders worked 64-hours a week in the summer and 52-hours in the winter. Also some children were domestic servants. Domestic servant work 80-hours a week. 1909: Children called Child Labor, child slavery because the children felt like slaves doing the work.
2013: Today children don't work but in some country's do.
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