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How a handful of Depression - era students ditched the profit motive and started U-M's co-ops
Even the youngest Holocaust survivors, like Dr. Emanuel Tanay, are reaching their 80s. What does it mean to have lived, and to remain a witness to one of history's great atrocities?
Video: U-M law prof Bridgette Carr is fighting against the world's second - biggest criminal enterprise.
The words that make Michigan's language distinct.
Some of the most powerful war films have been documentaries. You can add a recent movie to the list of all-time greats.
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The fight to stop modern slavery
September 8, 2010
- Human Trafficking Clinic at U-M Law School
- Human trafficking, exploitation is on the rise in Michigan (Grand Rapids Living, Sept. 6, 2010)
- Law professor Bridgette Carr talks about human trafficking in Michigan (Craig Fahle Show, WDET Detroit Radio)
- Sex trafficking: An American problem too (CNN.com, November 2009)
is a writer, editor and producer, and a 2010 U-M graduate.