Works by Matilde Simas, Founder of Capture Humanity

There are over 40 million slaves in the world today, bringing slaveholders and traffickers about $150 billion annually. With high profits and low risk, the buying and selling of human beings has become the fastest-growing criminal enterprise in the world, surpassing even arms and drug trafficking. How can this be? Modern-day slavery, or human trafficking, exists in every county and under many guises. Issues including extreme poverty, corruption, cultural norms that devalue and commodify woman and children, and an insatiable demand for exploitive sex and cheap labor fuel this crime. It may be hard to accept that this happens in our communities, but we must share the knowledge that this is a reality for far too many victims in order to change it.

2020
HIDDEN: Story of Human Trafficking in Kenya
2020
Faces Behind Atrocity: Story of Modern Day Slavery
2020
In Shadow: Stories of Human Trafficking
2020
Children Living in Perpetual Invisibility
2020
Empowering Communities: Preventing Human Trafficking
2020
Philippines: Social Justice
2020
Child Soldiers: South Sudan's Devastating Impact of War
2020
Surviving War: Portraits of Refugee Mothers 
2020
Human Trafficking in South Africa
2019
Resilience: Cary Stuart
2020
Living is Worthless for one without a 'Home'
2019
Growing up with Albinism in Tanzania
2020
Ethiopia: Children with a Disability
2020
Mahlet: Inspirational Story of Limb Difference
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