Focus of this issue:
The role of racism in human trafficking
As we celebrate Black History Month in the United States, it seems appropriate to reflect on the intersection of racism with human trafficking. Almost anywhere in the world, victims of trafficking are disproportionately racial and ethnic minorities. With this issue of the Stop Trafficking Newsletter we hope to bring more attention to the racial disparity of trafficking victims, both in the United States and globally, and ensure that it not remain unknown—or ignored.
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