Trafficking Women in Indonesia

Read this article about my photos of trafficking women in Indonesia on my new blog.

Seni, with her husband and son in the background


One Response to “Trafficking Women in Indonesia”

  1. Thank you for posting your experience with these strong women. It just makes me sick that at this stage in humanity, we continue to enslave others for whatever reason. It is not necessary and anyone who assists in anyway with the very profitable slave trade should be punished to the fullest extent. Even if that means death for the traffickers, slave owners or even those who know, but turn a blind eye to such horrific acts. My heart breaks for these women, but I also rejoice in them being back with their family where they belong.

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