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Black Lives Matter: Why it is different this time?

“We treat [racism] like a fad instead of a disease that eradicates millions of people.” – Katherine J. Igoe. It’s true, and the Black Lives Matter movement is an example. We can see how the protests are decreasing in number. It wasn’t like this some months ago. The Black LivesContinue Reading

Breaking Down Barriers for LGBTQ+ Trafficking Victims

The sex trafficking victims that are part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQ+)  community often face a lack of resources to help them out of forced sex and violence. Along with this, they are also victims of the problematic law enforcement that does not identify themContinue Reading

Youth Forced Involvement in Child Trafficking

Child trafficking is a sub-category of human trafficking where youths under the age of eighteen are victimized. According to UNICEF Canada, the legal definition is “the recruitment and transfer, harbouring or receipt of children,” and that “this form of abuse usually benefits the trafficker in some way, through either financial, socialContinue Reading

Afro-Caribbean Community – Antionette Bryan

Jamaica is a nation in one of the Caribbean islands, where just under three million people inhabit. It is an English-speaking nation with a dialect commonly referred to as “Patois”. The origin of the popular genre of Reggae music, the vibrant and festive spirit inhabited by Jamaican people resonates fromContinue Reading

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Black Lives Matter: Why it is different this time?

“We treat [racism] like a fad instead of a disease that eradicates millions of people.” – Katherine J. Igoe. It’s true, and the Black Lives Matter movement is an example. We can see how the protests are decreasing in number. It wasn’t like this some months ago. The Black LivesContinue Reading

Breaking Down Barriers for LGBTQ+ Trafficking Victims

The sex trafficking victims that are part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQ+)  community often face a lack of resources to help them out of forced sex and violence. Along with this, they are also victims of the problematic law enforcement that does not identify themContinue Reading

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