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Human Trafficking and Racial Justice

New York Anti-Trafficking Network’s own Juhu Thukral has a new piece in the Huffington Post on Human Trafficking and Racial Justice in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

“Consistent waves of media cover the issue of human trafficking, and it’s attained a fairly mainstream level of attention. So much so that January is now known as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, or as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. More people are learning about trafficking and understand it involves people in vulnerable situations experiencing coercion in their work. At its most basic, trafficking is about people living and working in a climate of fear, not free to leave exploitative and dangerous working conditions”. To read more, please go here.

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