human trafficking

Hundreds of strip club workers and their supporters marched through the French Quarter Thursday, protesting police raids that have left them out of work.
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Hundreds of strip club workers and their supporters marched through the French Quarter Thursday night, protesting police raids on clubs that have left them out of work. 

This week on The Reading Life: Journalist Stephanie Hepburn, author of Human Trafficking Around the World: Hidden in Plain Sight, and historian Michael Marshall, author of Gallant Creoles: A History of The Donaldsonville Cannoniers.

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Loyola University

New Orleanians have always had a relaxed attitude about many things other cities deem illegal. But what happens when such cultural acceptance is extended to really serious issues like prostitution — like Storyville back in the day — or what is now called human trafficking?