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Slavery in Haiti, Again (Or: What's the Worth of a Haitian Child? Part II)

“I’m struggling to end slavery because I know how I suffered,” said Helia Lajeunesse, a former restavèk, child slave, who is now a children’s rights advocate. … Read More»

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Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan

Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan … Read More»

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Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan

Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan … Read More»

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Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan

Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan … Read More»

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Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan

Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan … Read More»

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Unique Blueprint

One of those famed southern California afternoons, a sunny Wednesday mid-March. We met you on Clock Street with its dappled shade and ranch-style homes. … Read More»

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All Americans Are Pro-Choice—Even Stupak!

Believe it or not, we’re all pro-choice. Yes, even Stupak, even Bush, and even the thousands that participate in the annual Walk for Life in San Francisco on January 22. Americans love choice. … Read More»

Visionary Leaders

Ending Violence Against Women

When Dulce Marlene Contreras started her organization with seven of her friends, she had just one thing on her mind: helping the women in her rural corner of Honduras protect themselves from domestic violence. Read More »

"Until women are economically empowered, they will not be able to escape abuse for good.”

Dulce Marlene Contreras

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The Pill Turns 50, but Has Yet to Go Global

Social change, freedom, choice, control. Who would have thought a woman could get all that from a tiny, once-a-day pill? … Read More»

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