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Nell Green

You may not be able to be 100% certain that every purchase you make is free of child exploitation or trafficking, but you can begin to make a difference by showing companies adding to the problem that you will buy with a purpose. […] Read More

Illicit massage businesses (IMBs), often called “massage parlors,” are often a cover for human trafficking (sex and labor) operations in the U.S., according to a new Polaris Project report released on Jan. 17. There are more than 9,000 IMBs currently operating in the U.S., according to Polaris estimates, with an annual revenue stream of $2.5 […] Read More

It is called “the door of no return.” It is a chilling site. Goree Island, off the coast of Dakar, Senegal, is notorious for the slave house that was the departure point for many slaves headed to North America during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. A gang plank was put on the threshold of the door; […] Read More

A truck parks in a Wal-Mart parking lot in San Antonio in July’s blistering heat. A man desperate for water makes it inside the store asking for a drink. It’s discovered that the truck is full of people. Eight are already dead, two more die later, and others were critical with probable permanent damage. Vehicles […] Read More