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A case now before the courts in Texas may set a precedent in alleged racial profiling cases brought against the Border Patrol.
HARLINGEN, Texas — The first time her aunt in Mexico took her out at night, the young teenager was told they were headed to a party. It was no party. “It was trafficking people, drug dealers,” she recalled. “I just saw a lot of guys. They had guns. I was in shock. I was shaking. The more I was saying no, the more they treated me badly.”
Host Sheryl McCarthy talks with journalist and activist Sonia Ossorio, president of NOW-NYC about pressing issues currently facing American women: abortion rights, contraception, sex education, the distinction between “legitimate” rape and faux rape, among others, and NOW-NYC’s mission. (Taped: 09/07/12)
An American researcher says First Nations women from Thunder Bay, Ont., have been sold on ships in the harbour at Duluth, Minn., a notorious trafficking port.
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