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EP 11 | Labor Trafficking | Maria’s Story

How would you respond if met with a potential trafficking scenario face-to-face? In this latest episode of Until All Are Free, you’ll hear the story of Maria, a Kenyan woman and mother, told by Sarah Ray, human rights educator and activist.

The two women met in an airport in Dubai early in 2020, as Maria was en route to Saudi Arabia for a domestic job. Maria was traveling with a group of Kenyan women who were prepared to hand over their passports in exchange for work in the middle eastern country.

What unfolds is a story of friendship, perseverance, and an intimate glimpse into a labor trafficking situation.

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