SOURCE: The Daily Californian
Although this humanities research project might read to many as a niche project in a small ethnic studies department, its cultural, political and technological implications loom large.
by Calvin Schermerhorn
Many of the ways present-day sex traffickers do business would look familiar to slave traders supplying “fancy maids” -- females sold for sexual exploitation -- to buyers in the South.
by Jessica R. Pliley
It's an old tradition in America, going back to the Mann Act (1910).
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