We speak with Jabali Smith, the author of Slave: A Human Trafficking Survivor Finds Life. Jabali Smith was a 6-yr-old in Berkeley, California when he was trafficked along with his sister over the border into Mexico and held captive by a messianic doomsday sex cult. SLAVE courageously and boldly chronicles his journey as a child … Continued
We speak with Meron Estefanos about human trafficking and slavery in Libya. And later we speak with singer Lizz Wright about her 5th studio album, Freedom & Surrender. Wright has re-emerged, after a long hiatus, with a renewed creative spark and a new kind of perspective that only a lived life can provide.
The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America Is an eye-opening, landmark history of the enslavement of tens of thousands of Native Americans across America, from the time of the conquistadores to the Early 20th century. The Other Slavery is a key missing chapter of American history. Reséndez offers a startling contemporary … Continued
we speak with Melissa Ryan and Kev Choice about the trafficking of children. And later Poor News Network explores America’s War on the Poor.
Today on HardKnock: The hashtag #MissingDCGirls have become a hot topic on social media, and have sparked public outrage as to the several cases involving missing Black and Latina teenagers in the Washington, DC area. However, there seems to be a bit of confusion as to what’s fact or fiction as it relates to Missing … Continued
Women Rising Radio #30 profiles women fighting slavery, trafficking and forced labor globally. Featuring: Ima Matul, with CAST LA, was trafficked to Los Angeles, was rescued by the Coalition Against Slavery and Trafficking in Los Angeles, and now heads CAST’s leadership program. Joanna Ewart-James is the executive director of WALK FREE, an online and on-the-ground network battling trafficking, forced labor, … Continued