Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Human trafficking discovered near home

Source:  The Argus |
 Public awareness of human trafficking in the area spiked after University of Minnesota Masters student Christine Stark spoke out about her research into the sexual servitude of Aboriginal women and cited Thunder Bay as a hub for human trafficking of women and children. Stark says the port at Duluth is notorious among First Nations people as a site for trafficking women and says she has anecdotal reports of women, teenage girls and boys, as well as babies being sold on ships for sex.

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