This story has a happy ending, but it is a qualified kind of happy, and not really an ending.
Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg, Ph.D., is Professor of English and Chair of the Arts and Humanities Division at Babson College. Author of Beyond Terror: Gender, Narrative, Human Rights (Rutgers University Press 2007), she is the author of many articles and co-editor of two edited collections on the subject of literature and human rights. Dr. Goldberg serves as Board Chair for Made By Survivors, an international NGO that fights human trafficking using economic empowerment, education, and hope. She also directs the Women’s Entrepreneurial Development Laboratory, housed in the Lewis Institute Social Innovation Lab at Babson College, an innovation space dedicated to testing business models to fight slavery and human trafficking, poverty, and marginalization of women.
|Domestic Servitude||Sex Trafficking|
|Bonded Labor||Forced Labor|
|Child Labor||Forced Marriage|
|Empowerment||Slave Free Lifestyle|
|Business||Women & Girls|
|Modern Slave Narratives|