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September, 2021 Monthly Reflection

Preying on the Vulnerable……Let Us Pray and Advocate by Sally Duffy, SC Labor trafficking advocacy can often get overshadowed by ...

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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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Transparency Throughout Agricultural Supply Chain in Regard to Human Trafficking Targeted

Retail sellers of agricultural products, regardless of where the product originated, who do business in Washington and have a worldwide ...

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Couple Promised Jobs To Lure Workers. They Beat Them And Didn’t Pay, Prosecutors Say

A former Stockton couple convicted in a human trafficking case faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison ...

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June, 2017 Monthly Reflection

Are We Living Too Fast? By Sister Jean Schafer SDS Summer time! For some of us around the country that ...

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