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5 Takeaways From Our Discussion With A Rape Crisis Counselor

Robert Uttaro is currently in his 12th year as a rape crisis counselor and community educator. Inspired by his undergraduate studies in Criminal Justice,...

Women Who Made History Part 1

Amelia Earhart, 1920s. In 1928, Earhart was the first female pilot to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. She was also the 16th woman to be...

Celebrating Black Women in Tech with Stacy Kirk

For more than 20 years Stacy Kirk has advocated for and facilitated representation, quality, and process innovation in software development as a tech entrepreneur....

The FIRST female, African American to Launch Her Own Search Engine

LyNea Bell officially announced the launch of "GOTCONN"  (GOD OVER THIS - CONNECTION) a new search engine. She is the FIRST female, African American...

How I rebuilt my life after breaking free

My life in general has been full of winding, twisted roads and journeys people would never imagine. Like most trafficking victims, my abuse started...

Being a voice for the voiceless: how a survivor wants to help victims of human trafficking

I am a 35-year-old survivor of human trafficking, and I am determined to use my experience to help others escape the demoralizing and tormenting...


Awareness about human trafficking has exploded in recent months. Stories of creepy white vans in Target parking lots and billionaires who are up to...

Racial Disparities in Human Trafficking

African Americans have been at the hands of past and modern-day slavery for centuries. African American women have been a commodity since thebeginning of...

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