23 June 2003 At the root of the problem of human trafficking is the feminization of poverty. If U.S. estimates are correct, we may be reaching the point when as many people worldwide have been enslaved since the fall of communism as were shipped from Africa to Europe and the Americas. Some estimates put the […]

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