Nadja WolfeGuest Contributor
Nadja Wolfe worked as a legal intern at the Charlotte Lozier Institute in 2012, during which time she researched the health effects of sex trafficking and the implications for public policy. She graduated magna cum laude from Washington and Lee University in theatre arts and Russian area studies with a concentration in poverty and human capability. Nadja is a 2014 graduate of William & Mary Law School and works in the defense of human dignity at the international level. Areas of interest include human trafficking, genocide, health and international development, and assisted suicide.
The FBI recently announced that it had rescued 105 exploited children and arrested 159 pimps as part of the national effort against sex trafficking of minors. Last summer, they made a similar announcement regarding the rescue of 79 children and 104 pimps. These efforts highlight the
A report emerged recently that at least 148 female inmates in the California penal system had been sterilized without authorization. The outcry justifiably focused on the fact that some women did not give informed consent, that it was against the law without prior authorization, and
Last month, the Texas legislature tried to pass SB5, which would have limited abortion and regulated abortion clinics. Senator Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) filibustered, as it was the last day of the session. I followed by proxy the events through Facebook. I
Last month, courts reviewed two requests for preliminary injunctions against the contraception mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). That is, two businesses which do not fit the exemption rules but whose owners object to the mandate for moral and religious reasons