Month: September 2020

Unmasking Human Trafficking

University of Michigan School of Nursing and University of Michigan Law School collaboration to address human trafficking, “It is the first collaboration of its kind in the country, bringing together the unique and disparate skill sets of nursing and law.”

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Victims and villains: Anti-trafficking movement urged to tackle racial bias

And Black victims discovered by police on anti-trafficking raids are routinely treated with suspicion, said Bridgette Carr, director of the University of Michigan Law School’s Human Trafficking Clinic, which gives free legal support to victims.

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Fact check: Mask-wearing not connected to child trafficking

“In times of crisis vulnerable people are always at greater risk than others and this pandemic is no different,” said Bridgette Carr, an anti-trafficking expert and professor at the University of Michigan School of Law. “The reality of COVID-19 means trafficking victims are likely more isolated and dependent on their traffickers and less likely to be able to access help and support.”

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