True story books about human trafficking

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true story books about human trafficking

Popular Human Trafficking Books

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3 Horrifying TRUE Human Trafficking Stories

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Patricia McCormick

Stolen: The True Story of a Sex Trafficking Survivor

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The trial of United States vs. Dennis Paris provides a rare and detailed account of how a specific type of trafficking — commercial sexual exploitation — is thriving because it has left the street corners and entered our homes. This one case contains every element of a crime so reliant on secrecy; shrouded behind a scintillating veil of growing legitimacy. In addition to providing a thorough economic, historical, and legal overview of bonded labor, Kara travels to the far reaches of South Asia, from cyclone-wracked southwestern Bangladesh to the Thar desert on the India-Pakistan border, to uncover the brutish realities of bonded labor in such industries as hand-woven-carpet making, tea and rice farming, construction, brick manufacture, and frozen-shrimp production. He describes the violent enslavement of millions of impoverished women, children, and men who toil in the production of numerous products at minimal cost to the global market. He also follows supply chains directly to Western consumers, vividly connecting regional bonded labor practices to the appetites of the world.

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  1. This is the true story chronicles the perspective of its victims, the methods used for recruiting girls, the men who use them, the men who knowingly and sometimes unknowingly fuel the industry and the brave politicians and organizations who are in a constant fight to stop the industry and keep our nation strong and free from it.

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