The Appeal: Broad Anti-Trafficking Law Faces Its First Constitutional Challenge

One of the suit’s plaintiffs, the Woodhull Freedom Foundation, a national human rights group whose mission is to “protect sexual freedom as a fundamental human right,” says it has had to censor its work supporting sex workers, which it does in part through an annual conference where sex workers lead workshops on health and rights.

Broad Anti-Trafficking Law Faces Its First Constitutional Challenge” by Melissa Gira Grant for The Appeal

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