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Again we hear an insightful and revealing report from Laurel, our field reporter from Bangkok.  Laurel is volunteering several months with an anti-slavery organization there.  Click below to read her entire article…

Visiting was like walking into a living hell. Nothing I write will be able to convey how disturbing it was. It was like something out of a horror movie–except it was real.

As I walked in, I noticed a man walking toward me through the shadows. His clothes were disheveled and his eyes were ruthless and chilling. With a smirk, he looked me up and down like I was for sale. I felt violated just making eye contact with him.

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