From Windie Lazenko, Survivor Leader and Founder/CEO of 4Her

One of the most common misconceptions about human trafficking is that it happens to people who enter the United States illegally – people who don’t have the legal protections and safety net of the U.S. government. But in reality, even people who come into this country legally are at risk for human trafficking. In fact, foreign nationals who come into the United States on temporary work visas are exceptionally vulnerable

We’ve shared this whole series of reports which is focused on international labor trafficking. It is well-done, and even though our focus at TAT is domestic sex trafficking, it is very important to understand labor trafficking on both a local and global scale. Lawlessness offshore often stems from corruption onshore. Thousands of ships and boats are stolen each year around the world – sometimes through port scams or while at

Elisa Wolcott didn’t know what to expect when she set her first birds on fire. There were around 100 in that initial batch into the kiln. Wolcott, a University of Nebraska at Omaha art major, had made the casts using skills learned during her first ceramics class last summer. Now she was pulling the first set from the fire, and what she saw surprised her. The birds were even more

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