Home for a Victim

Home for a Victim Andrew Orozco, Arizona State University - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Sex trafficking. Few crimes match its level of depravity and violation of human dignity. So many people fall victim to it. Women, children, and even men are all potential targets. Young people from troubled backgrounds in particular, are vulnerable[1]. … Continue reading Home for a Victim

Editing Japan’s History

By: C.B. Misbach Since coverage of the rape case in India began, there has been an increased global awareness of rape and crimes against women.  It could be an important moment for reflection and reform in so many places where these issues don't receive the attention they deserve.  It is in this context that the … Continue reading Editing Japan’s History

Super Bowl: Behind the Scenes

By: Liban Yousuf   Super Bowl is largest single human trafficking incident in the United States. While thousands flooded to the city of New Orleans for the big game this past Sunday, many came unwillingly as part of the largest single human trafficking incident in the United States. Amongst the many football fans coming to … Continue reading Super Bowl: Behind the Scenes

The Silencing of Sexual Assault on College Campuses

By Adriana Ovalle For most adolescents, going away to college is a rite of passage. Though parents send their kids off to college with some trepidation, most still take for granted that college campuses are safe, and that even if any problems arise, that the school and its administrators will be there to help. Over … Continue reading The Silencing of Sexual Assault on College Campuses