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Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans

Starting in Feb 2012, CAPM intern Michelle Sham will be reporting on the issue of human trafficking, an issue that has often been associated with foreign populations or countries. It is our hope that this blog series will help shatter myths about human trafficking, provide an alternative view of the realities of this grave human injustice, and to offer information that can aid in catalyzing social action against human trafficking.

The Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans is making a great effort to create awareness in human trafficking issues in Minnesota especially in our Asian Pacific communities. Human trafficking is a very complicated problem that outrages us all, yet it is not easy to understand or to solve. However, it is not impossible either. Solutions have to start with awareness of the problem and an understanding of the complexities of human trafficking. For this reason, I will be writing a multi-part…

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  1. Michelle Peiwen Sham
    February 27, 2012

    Thank you for the reblog!

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