Arresting sex workers as a mean of stopping sex trafficking does not create a trusting relationship where people who are trafficked feel safe to come forward. Rather, it further destabilizes their lives and could place them in harm’s way.Susan Sherman coauthored the piece
Drug maker companies are blamed for gouging prices on lifesaving drugs and enriching themselves through the opioid crisis, among other sins. Now, with pharmaceutical companies racing to find vaccines to end the coronavirus pandemic, the industry is hoping to redeem itself in the public’s mind.David Bishai is quoted.
JHU-HUB: Unforeseen crises force families living in poverty to move to the safest, most convenient locations rather than to places with more opportunities and less segregation, new research finds. Sociologist Stefani DeLuca was quoted.