Added: Nakisha Capone - Date: 20.10.2021 16:31 - Views: 35980 - Clicks: 8883
Home ttt. Native women, children, and even babies are being trafficked in the sex trade on freighters crossing the Canada-US border on Lake Superior between Thunder Bay, Ontario, and Duluth, Minnesota. The numerous stories and the gradual realization that this was an issue decades, perhaps centuries, in the making, compelled Stark to delve further into what exactly was taking place.
In an article written for the Minneapolis Star TribuneStark describes one disturbing anecdote of an Anishinaabe woman who had just left a shelter after being beaten by her pimp—who was a wealthy, white family man. The fact that these horrendous crimes are taking place right under the noses of North American authorities is obviously disturbing and somewhat surprising, considering we have a Conservative government that is oh-so-tough on the commercialization of human beings.
However, the word trafficking can often be a blurry one. Their organization has also been researching this issue.
In an earlier interview with the CBC, she also alluded to the possibility that there was trafficking taking place across borders in Southern Ontario as well. All that said, there are nearly aboriginal women who are currently missing or believed to have been murdered in Canada, a the RCMP—who are being accused of human rights abuses against aboriginal women on a monthly basis—have publicly questioned.
To ignore this issue would point to an obvious double standard when it comes to the treatment of Indian women, many of whom are clearly being taken advantage of. Source: Native American.
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