The Super Bowl shows how truly mainstream sex trafficking conspiracy theories are. With Super Bowl LV coming up this Sunday, the now-routine round of warnings about sex trafficking around the big game has once again surfaced. (There’s even an art awareness project that involves goats, and special spot-a-trafficker training for
In 2012, 27 young women who had been stolen from their homes in Ethiopia and thrown into a sex trafficking ring were released into Israel and recognized as sex traffic victims. Now, those 27 young women were given mere one-year work permits by Interior Minister Arye Deri (Shas).The decision comes
KENT, Wash. – Sex trafficking arrests have revealed a disturbing underbelly of crime in a south King County community. So far in January, Kent Police Department arrested 25 people accused of luring and exploiting young victims. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic as more people learn and work from home on the
Abbott told reporters at a round table discussion Thursday that part of the statewide plan would include reinstating the camping ban for Downtown Austin. AUSTIN, Texas — On Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott held a round table discussion where improving public safety and supporting law enforcement across the State of Texas
They had almost slept in the car that night, in December 2019. Months before, Shibbon Winelle and her three boys — 17-year-old Bryce, 16-year-old Brayden and 12-year-old Brisai — had gone from the comfort of a three-bedroom condominium to the brink of homelessness. They had slept in the car, and
State Attorney General Daniel Cameron took office in early 2020 with an ambitious agenda to confront serious criminal issues such as human trafficking, child abuse and the state’s drug epidemic. The onset of the pandemic in March affected the Attorney General’s Office much as it did every other office. “Although
When Paul McCartney of the Beatles was recently interviewed, he discussed writing lyrics for his song “Getting Better.” As McCartney began to sing, “I’ve got to admit, it’s getting better, a little better all the time,” the ever consummate cynic John Lennon chimed in, “It can’t get no worse.” This lyrical
January is usually the month we present our 20 Under 20 honorees, recognizing the extraordinary work students do in the community and for nonprofits. But after the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, divisive politics, and a new reckoning over racial injustice, it didn’t seem right to hold a competition.