In the 147 years since the Emancipation Proclamation was introduced, African Americans have continued to fight for abolition of forced labor abroad and at home—from the turpentine camps of Florida to its tomato fields today.continue reading
With all the laws on the books, why are migrants still exploited in the places that claim to bring “freedom” to the world?
Can comics fight sex trafficking? Graphic journalist Dan Archer thinks so.
More than 70,000 Central American migrants have disappeared on the road North since 2006. Now their mothers are searching for them.
The old logic of the slave plantation is still the logic of our industrial food system. There’s a new way of thinking, and it’s taking off.
With more than 100 pimps arrested (and nearly 80 children rescued) in a nationwide sex trafficking sweep last weekend, it’s time we understood pimping—and how mainstream society supports it.
In the 147 years since the Emancipation Proclamation was introduced, African Americans have continued to fight for abolition of forced labor abroad and at home—from the turpentine camps of Florida to its tomato fields today.
Visionary feminists or lewd exhibitionists? State security threats or “young silly girls”? The confounding, creative, controversial crusade of Ukraine’s new feminist movement.
As controversial talks kick off this week in the Windy City, law enforcement warns—if you purchase sex here, there will be consequences.
62 percent of Native American women who have experienced sexual violence draw a connection between prostitution and colonization. Why continuing to devalue tribes means more tribal women in bondage.
What are the real indicators of a nation’s progress—money spent on luxuries, or on fair wages, respect, and protection for all?