Thursday, December 14, 2017

V. SEALING THE CRACKS IN CURRENT ANTI-TRAFFICKING EFFORTS

American Indian women and girls are confronted with the perfect historical, social, and legal storm that effectively guarantees they will be overlooked by U.S. anti-trafficking efforts. Although it may seem that quelling this storm requires no less than reversing history, there are tangible steps that the federal government can take to address this problem in a real and systemic way. Three strategies are suggested below.

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