Good Tribune article on human trafficking

Yesterday's Chicago Tribune had one of the better articles I've read on local efforts to fight human trafficking. Our friends at CAASE (Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation) even get a shout out! Annie Sweeny: New task force targets traffickers who force children into sex trade Inside the Harrison Police District station, the officers sat in …

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It’s still about supply and demand. #EndDemand #EndSlavery

You've heard the River Story, right? I first heard it from Jim Wallis, but it seems to be a popular parable. I heard it invoked again at the meeting of Bread for the World activists last week. It occurs to me that is the context within which I have heard it used: ending poverty. But …

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Anne’s House and shocking proximity

According to the author of the Gospel of Luke, Jesus began his public ministry with a reading from Isaiah, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me to bring good news to the poor…to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free…” Then Jesus declared …

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