Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Cambodian child sold to a Japanese couple in Phnom Penh to be a domestic helper. A Thai woman recalling her childhood of being exploited by man after man, all facilitated by her father. A group of immigrants being forced to pay off their debt to their broker by working in a restaurant in San Francisco for no pay. In our […]
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It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by slavery and human trafficking these days.   In the U.S. alone, there are about 25 different types of slavery, exploiting hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children. The refugee crisis in Syria is creating an unforgiving pipeline of human trafficking victims. The child cybersex industry is becoming normalized and lucrative in the Philippines. In […]
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