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The Modern Slavery Research Project at Loyola University New Orleans Publishes Groundbreaking Report on Sex and Labor Trafficking among Homeless Youth in the United States and Canada
April 19, 2017
NEW ORLEANS, April 19 -- Loyola University issued the following news release:

Today Loyola University New Orleans's Modern Slavery Research Project (MSRP) launched a groundbreaking report on the prevalence and extent of trafficking among homeless and marginally-housed youth in the United States and Canada. For the study, Director Laura Murphy and the MSRP research team interviewed 641 homeless and runaway youth between the ages of 17-24 years old. The 641 respondents were clients . . .

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