Storyteller, Kate Dudding, tells the story of Iqbal Masih, a 12-year-old boy in Pakistan who led thousands of children to freedom from 1993-1995. Even after his death, Iqbal went on to inspire other children and show that even the youngest among us can make a difference.
- Why did Iqbal keep running away from the factory where he worked?
- Why do you suppose that the Bonded Labor Liberation Front had to hold rallies in villages?
- What gave Iqbal the courage to sneak away from the factory to go to the Bonded Labor Liberation Front rally in his village?
- What must it have been like for Iqbal to travel to Boston to receive his Reebok’s Youth in Action Human Rights award? What new experiences did he have to deal with?
- A history of how Craig Kielberger learned of Iqbal and founded Free the Children
- Iqbal Masih and the Crusaders Against Child Slavery by Susan Kuklin
- Asian American/Asians
- Living and Traveling Abroad
- Taking A Stand and Peacemaking