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Every year, 20,000 Indian women and children are sold into modern slavery.

That’s over 50 women and children every day whose lives are commodified — their existences bought and sold.

What if each of those women could become — instead of a victim of trafficking — an advocate against it.

That’s exactly what the School for Justice, a pre-professional school that helps former trafficking victims to get into law school, had in mind when it opened this April.

Read full article at Global Citizen…

By Sage

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