Good eatin'

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A hot dog tastes better when served with a side of justice.

Good eatin'

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A hot dog tastes better when served with a side of justice.

Paper chase

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Article Immigration Social Justice
The right paperwork can save lives among the world’s stateless people.

After a record turnout of nearly 60 million Americans marched through voting booths this primary season, poll watchers are expecting U.S. citizens to vote in historic numbers next month, determining in classic democratic fashion (assuming the Supreme Court is not asked to intervene) who will lead the United States over the next four years.


Let them eat corn

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Our agricultural priorities should be on filling hungry bellies, not fuel tanks.

Human Trafficking resources

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Human Trafficking resources

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What’s the difference between human smuggling and trafficking?

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Hundreds of thousands of migrants without legal standing are smuggled across the U.S. border each year, yet the State Department says only 18,000 of them are victims of human trafficking, even though they often follow the same routes of entry. What's the difference?

 


What’s the difference between human smuggling and trafficking?

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Hundreds of thousands of migrants without legal standing are smuggled across the U.S. border each year, yet the State Department says only 18,000 of them are victims of human trafficking, even though they often follow the same routes of entry. What's the difference?

 


Domestic traffick report

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Not all persons trafficked in the United States are coming in from distant points in Asia, Europe, or Central America. Some U.S. victims of trafficking and involuntary servitude are "made in the U.S.A." In at least one incident in Florida, American citizens were approached at homeless shelters across the Southeast, including New Orleans, Tampa, and Miami, with promises of good jobs and housing.


Domestic traffick report

By Kevin Clarke| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Social Justice

Not all persons trafficked in the United States are coming in from distant points in Asia, Europe, or Central America. Some U.S. victims of trafficking and involuntary servitude are "made in the U.S.A." In at least one incident in Florida, American citizens were approached at homeless shelters across the Southeast, including New Orleans, Tampa, and Miami, with promises of good jobs and housing.


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