Maria Suarez

spokesperson against trafficking and slavery

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Former slave and spokesperson against trafficking and slavery, she works with victims of domestic violence at the nonprofit National Council of Jewish Women and a private organization called About Faith

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When state and federal agents raided an El Monte garment factory in 1995, they confirmed that slavery is a reality in modern America.

Slavery in America

When state and federal agents raided an El Monte garment factory in 1995, they confirmed that slavery is a reality in modern America.

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