(Check back in the fall for a comprehensive guide for classroom use.)
1. Also see From Bleeding Hearts to Critical Thinking: Exploring the Issue of Human Trafficking Edited by Kamala Kempadoo and Darja Davydova http://cfr.info.yorku.ca/files/2012/11/From-Bleeding-Hearts-to-Critical-Thinking.pdf
“…The issue of sex trafficking is portrayed simplistically, in black and white terms, with a clear bad guy, innocent victim, and savior. Often these films focus on the extreme, and least common, form of trafficking: a minor being abducted of f the street and transported violently across national borders to be sold at auction. These films focus on criminal perpetrators and criminal-justice solutions, rather than on the broader systemic causes of sex trafficking, like globalization, economic inequality, poverty, and ethnic, race, and gender oppressions….”
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3. News and Commentary Based on this Project:
Anti-trafficking campaigns, sex workers and the roots of damage
Anti-Trafficking Industrial Complex Awareness Day
The Sex Worker Media Library presents a yearly a round-up of issues that brought attention to the human rights impact of the anti-trafficking regime.