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Ending Forced Labor by Securing Immigrant Workers’ Rights by Denise Brennan

Immigration reform that protects the rights of all workers in all industries is a critical step toward ending trafficking into forced labor in the United States. Trafficking—labor that involves force, fraud, or coercion—is a particularly violent form of migrant labor exploitation that emerges out of everyday labor practices in places where migrants work.

Ending Forced Labor by Securing Immigrant Workers Rights 

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