In recent weeks, the media has focused a lot on the case of the New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft, and the charged brought against him for soliciting sex from a prostitute. The charges were part of an investigation by several law enforcement agencies that ended in raids and multiple arrests connected to nearly a[continue reading]
“Pornography has become increasingly acceptable, accessible, and freely available, and it is one of the biggest threats to our children’s online safety” (Pornography 101). “Internet safety is now the 4th top ranked issue in the list of health concerns for U.S. children” (C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, 2015). As summer ends and families prepare to send[continue reading]
These past weeks, you may have seen or heard horrifying stories: children missing and feared to be in the hands of traffickers, families separated at the border, and death of 19-year-old Guatemalan woman at the hands of border patrol. All are depressing situations and I have been shocked by each of these cruel realities. However,[continue reading]
Wednesday, May 30 at 2 PM Eastern, Justice for Immigrants is hosting a webinar on family separation at the border. You can learn more about the issue on their website. To attend the webinar, click here. When prompted, use the PIN 561843# for audio.
The Lenten season brings about an increase in seafood consumption as many Catholics abstain from meat on Fridays. This increases not only the demand for seafood, but also the demand for human trafficking. The seafood industry always ranks high on lists of industries where modern day slavery takes place. The fishermen and women who catch[continue reading]