Protecting Victims: The Only Way to End Human Trafficking

This past August 8th, several black SUVs sped into Christensen Farms in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, blocking the entrances. As the car doors opened, dozens of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents emerged and surrounded the offices. It was the culmination of a 15-month long investigation and they’d come to arrest people suspected of a criminal … Continue reading Protecting Victims: The Only Way to End Human Trafficking

Human Rights Education in the U.S. is About to Get a Boost

Within the next two years, Massachusetts K-12 students will delve more deeply into the ins-and-outs of international human rights in their history and social studies classrooms. New readings and lesson plans will focus on international human rights treaties, cover a variety of human rights movements both inside and outside the United States, and include more … Continue reading Human Rights Education in the U.S. is About to Get a Boost

Remembering Our Friend and Advocate, Arvonne Fraser

"I was ready for the new women’s movement when it emerged and turned my talents and experience to it. Defying expectations, taking risks, and seeking what I could do beyond near horizons became my sport...It’s thrilling to imagine the possibilities that await my grandchildren—and you readers. This is my story. I wrote it to encourage … Continue reading Remembering Our Friend and Advocate, Arvonne Fraser