A common practice in Haiti that forces children to work as domestic servants.
Cazzie Reyes is a Researcher for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's Anti-Trafficking Programs. She graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelor's degree in International Studies and a minor in Women's Studies.
Prostitution flourished especially after the abolishment of slavery in 1905 as former slave wives under the feudal system found themselves alone and without financial support.
Today, the average African American will spend 30% of his or her working life either in prison or marked as an ex-felon. Moreover, prison labor in the U.S. is largely left out of state-imposed forced labor discussions.
From benefit corporations to certified B corporations and direct trade to fair trade, there are several business practices that incorporate social responsibility and support ethical consumption.
The average cost for a wedding in the United States is $25,200, and many couples don’t think their budgets are cut out for fair trade prices. But, surprisingly, there are several affordable and meaningful ways to exercise ethical consumption throughout the wedding process.
Justifying Human Trafficking discusses the different actors and structures that sustain human trafficking. Part 1 takes a look at traffickers and mechanisms used to justify actions.
This Black History Month, we’ll explore the years following the passage of the 13th amendment and the development of state-imposed forced labor in the country.
The timeline details pivotal policies and milestones since the war that have shaped the way this country thinks about and deals with crime, prisoners and labor.
A summary of mainstream arguments for or against the use of prison labor
Can certain prostitution policies and models reduce sex trafficking?
|Domestic Servitude||Sex Trafficking|
|Bonded Labor||Forced Labor|
|Child Labor||Forced Marriage|
|Empowerment||Slave Free Lifestyle|
|Business||Women & Girls|
|Modern Slave Narratives|