Human Trafficking A Different Side Of Human Trafficking In North Carolina By Amanda Magnus & Frank Stasio • Apr 4, 2019 U.S. Department of Agriculture / Creative Commons https://bit.ly/1N7X5iB Legal Aid of North Carolina just released details of a $75,000 settlement involving three labor contractors who recruited 13 workers from Mexico to work in North Carolina through the federal H-2A visa program. Reports Of Human Trafficking Up Sharply By Jason deBruyn • Feb 3, 2017 Polaris Reports of human trafficking in North Carolina jumped 62 percent in 2016, the biggest year-over-year increase in recent memory. Human Trafficking In North Carolina By Anita Rao & Frank Stasio • Aug 11, 2016 stock.tookapic.com / Pexels North Carolina is among the top 10 states with the highest number of reported human trafficking cases, according to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center. Experts say the number of major interstates that cross through the state, the large agricultural population, and the state’s strategic location along the East Coast contribute to the issue. Group Calls On Durham To Address Child Sex Trafficking By Jess Clark • Oct 12, 2015 Ira Gelb / Flickr Creative Commons A group of attorneys is urging the Durham city council to create a task force to fight child sex trafficking. Durham-Orange Women Attorneys—or DOWA—says county and community agencies need to coordinate their efforts to address child sex trafficking. Youth Radio: Waiting In Line For US Attorney General Loretta Lynch By Charlie Shelton • Jul 8, 2015 Kamaya Truitt-Martin / WUNC It’s not every day you get to see Loretta Lynch, the first black woman to be U.S. Attorney General. WUNC Youth Radio’s Kamaya Truitt-Martin and Taylor Walker almost didn’t get that chance.