Cambridge ball axed after protests

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Cambridge ball axed after protests

The Oscar-winning 1939 film starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh was widely criticised for the way it portrayed black people and slavery. Student …
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Human Trafficking in Houston Is More Likely Than You Think

A panel representing clergy, the construction industry, law enforcement and travel came together to discuss the effects of human trafficking, corporate …
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VOTA's 'Love Found Me' an Effort to Fight Trafficking

Pop rock band VOTA is helping curb human trafficking from Nepal into India through the funding of border patrol stations. The Christian band launched …
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Neb. students study histories of ex-slaves in Iowa

DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — A Nebraska high school social studies class is digging around in a neighboring state to learn more about the lives of …
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Human trafficking is the second largest money making crime in U.S.

As we celebrate Women's History month, a terrifying crime is occurring in our community that is a threat to dignity and freedoms. Human trafficking is …
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