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Watertown Resident Travels To Southern Border, Explains How Immigration Affects All

This month, Sister Teresa Ann Wolf, who served as the director of the Multicultural Center for several years, is at ...

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Trafficking vs. Smuggling: Understanding the Difference

A spike in the number of migrants attempting to cross into the United States from Mexico this spring has led to ...

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Potato Slaves: The Cost of an H-2A Visa in Texas

Workers at a potato processing plant in Texas face abuse by their employers but choose to stay silent out of ...

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Program Launched To Aid Foreign-Born Trafficking Victims In Detroit

Detroit — Foreign-born trafficking victims in Metro Detroit can now find sanctuary through an assistance program launched by a Grand Rapids-based family service organization. ...

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Abused Farm Workers – Fainting And Freezing In The Fields

In 2016, “Roberto” legally came to the United States for the same reason many immigrants do — to earn a ...

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September 29: World Day for Migrants and Refugees

On September 29, 2019 the global Catholic Church will celebrate the World Day for Migrants and Refugees. This is a ...

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‘I’m A Victim Of Slavery But I’m Just Seen As An Immigration Problem’

Nancy Esiovwa says the five years since she escaped slavery have been as traumatic as her captivity. Now she is ...

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Human Trafficking And The Southern Border

NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Professor Jamie Gates of Point Loma Nazarene University about the fact and fiction surrounding human trafficking across the Southern U.S. border.

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