When people speak about human trafficking, it is almost always equated with the sex industry. But the problem is far more prevalent ranging from trafficking of domestic workers like maids or nannies to garment, agricultural and construction workers.
According to a study conducted by the Freedom Network, a national … Read more
Photos and Text by Mike Kane
Reprinted with permission from Equal Voice News
FRESNO, Calif. — Leenee Vue, 24, tosses her backpack in her dusty Toyota Corolla and drives to class on this particular day late last year. She’s a junior at Fresno State University. She’s studying business.
Dirt from her mother’s garden plot remains … Read more
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An ad campaign by a Dunkin Donut franchise in Thailand is roundly being criticized for its use of blackface to advertise its new “charcoal donut,” reports the Latin Times.
The group Human Rights Watch says “it’s both bizarre and racist that Dunkin’ Donuts thinks that it must color a woman’s skin black and accentuate … Read more
By Sam Louie
Psychotherapist & Diversity Speaker
“Me love you long time” is a phrase often used when referring to foreign Asian women and sex. It may or may not be explicitly associated with illicit sex but the clear underlying message is that the Asian woman’s role is to sexually serve the man. … Read more
To celebrate the 180th anniversary of US-Thai relations, the Embassy of the United States is inviting people living in both countries to submit tell-tale photos of their lives.
A total of 180 winning photos will be featured during the exhibitions in Bangkok and Chiang Mai in July, with 90 pictures from American … Read more