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Disrupting Human Trafficking in U.S. Agriculture

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Studies of human trafficking tend to focus on its products and services—including food, clothes, and sex. But three Northeastern researchers are taking a different approach by focusing on the human supply chain and those who are victimized by it. Kayse Mass from Northeastern’s College of Engineering, Shawn Bhimani from Northeastern’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business, and Amy Farrell from Northeastern’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice were awarded a $574,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to combat human trafficking in U.S. agriculture. Read the full story on Northeastern News.

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