The manager of a South Carolina restaurant has pleaded guilty to one federal count of forced labor, admitting to using violence and threats in order to force a mentally disabled black man to work for grueling hours without pay.
“Beauty is an inside job.”
Would you be able to recognize the signs if someone were silently pleading for your help?
It takes a real man to stand up and admit when he is wrong, so I’d like to take this opportunity and apologize for every time I’ve called Donald Trump a racist idiot. I was wrong.
On Sunday, when the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots meet for the Super Bowl, the spotlight in Minneapolis will be on more than the gridiron clash at U.S. Bank Stadium.
An Asian woman is saying she was made to feel more like a criminal after federal agents detained her after allegedly mistaking her for a human trafficking victim.
It has almost become a mantra these days: “I can’t believe that this is happening in 2017.” The way race relations in the U.S. are going, we could be in 1917, or 1817, especially with the recent exposé of the sale of people—black people—in this the year of our Lord.
Emergency responders found eight people dead in the back of a semitrailer at a Walmart in San Antonio early Sunday morning, the victims of what authorities say looks to be a human trafficking operation gone horribly wrong.
Updated Monday, March 13, 2017, 11:30 a.m. EDT: The Baltimore Police Department has reported that Kennedi High, an autistic 16-year-old girl who went missing last week, has been located and is being reunited with her family.
Authorities are looking for possible human trafficking victims after two people were charged with prostitution after allegedly forcing a teenage girl to have sex with an estimated 288 people at a Silver Spring, Md., hotel, the Washington Post reports.