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Stacy Teicher Khadaroo
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Lives in Nashua, N.H.
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Shifts in ethics Utah may become the first state to declare pornography a public health crisis, with a state senator introducing a resolution to recognize a range of "societal harms" from the "epidemic."
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How the Bay Bridge, and a deceitful recruiter, linked two men together who never dreamed they'd be caught up in human trafficking....
Paths to progress From Silicon Valley to the Central Valley, California relies on about 130,000 foreign guest workers to do everything from tech jobs to picking crops. A new law, the first of its kind in the nation, is aimed at cleaning up recruiting. Final part of a series.
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Federal law enforcement has investigated a Kent State professor on suspicion of links to ISIS, renewing a debate about the extent of academic freedom.
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The latest in our Monitor series rides along with investigators in Seattle...
US Attorney General Loretta Lynch has called the Seattle antitrafficking task force an 'extraordinary partnership' that in a decade of operations had investigated more than 140 cases. Part 11 in a series on solutions to labor trafficking.
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Montreal is the latest city in Canada to try to spot vulnerable people at risk of radicalization before they potentially commit a terror attack. The US government is reportedly mulling a similar program.
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A 'delicate balancing act' for the State Department in overseeing the treatment of staff at foreign missions in the US.
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Teachers and parents filed a lawsuit Thursday over the state of the schools. They're seeking local control after years under a state-appointed emergency manager.
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Paths to progress The Daniel Holtzclaw case spotlights the problem of police sexual abuse. Even when cities take strong steps to address the issue, however, progress can come slowly.
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What tools are out there for consumers to engage with businesses to help end labor trafficking? Read on...
A path to progress Large companies are now required to disclose what they are doing to tackle labor abuses in their supply chain. For some activists, lawsuits offer a path to accountability. Part 13 in a series on solutions to labor trafficking.
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Some 8 in 10 Americans say it's important for religious freedom to be protected for Christians, a new poll finds. That number drops to 6 in 10 when it comes to protecting the religious rights of Muslims.
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Formed in 2013, the coalition, recognized by the Mexican government, gives workers a platform to demand solutions to issues like recruitment fraud and trafficking. But it's faced a backlash.
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Why "immunity" isn't an impregnable shield for labor traffickers
Foreign missions in the US that abuse their domestic staff are increasingly being held to account under anti-trafficking laws. Part 9 in a series on solutions to labor trafficking.
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  • The Christian Science Monitor
    US news reporter
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Nashua, N.H.
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Buffalo, N.Y. - Kingston, Jamaica - St. Louis, MO - Columbia, MO - Boston, MA - Brookline, MA - Northampton, MA
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journalist and mom
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I'm a reporter on education, politics, and other national news topics; mother of a preschooler and a toddler, which means acting as referee, lots of running in circles, and imaginary play on spaceships; active church member; lover of dance; and onetime poet who keeps thinking someday there'll be time again for poetry.
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Climbed a fourteener in Colorado, got even higher in altitude on a visit to Tibet, and on a more earthly note, committed to cloth diapering!
Education
  • Smith College
    Women's studies and Government, 1989 - 1993
  • University of Missouri–Columbia
    Journalism master's, 1996 - 1998
  • City Honors High School
    1985 - 1989
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