Former U.S. Ambassador to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons John Cotton Richmond visited the Blum Center last week. At a luncheon with community leaders, he emphasized how academic research plays a key role in catalyzing the anti-trafficking movement.
Ambassador Richmond also highlighted how social movements are often led by small groups that are passionately pursuing justice.
Read more about Ambassador Richmond’s visit and remarks in this article by Matt Coker.
The Blum Center aims to put research into action to accelerate the end of human trafficking. Community organizations, donors, and researchers are invited to join the movement by partnering with us to transform the lives of 40.3 million people currently living in slavery.