Tougaloo College Creates Institute to Study Modern Slavery

Officials at Tougaloo College, one of Mississippi’s historically black colleges, are hoping a one of a kind academic program will help end human trafficking and exploitation.

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ARTICLE CITATION
Paul Boger, "Tougaloo College Creates Institute to Study Modern Slavery," Mississippi Public Broadcasting, August 9, 2016, http://www.mpbonline.org/blogs/news/2016/08/09/tougaloo-college-creates-institute-to-study-modern-slavery/?__scoop_post=b0990df0-5e3f-11e6-bf16-90b11c40440d&__scoop_topic=6009464#__scoop_post=b0990df0-5e3f-11e6-bf16-90b11c40440d&__scoop_topic=6009464

ADDITIONAL COVERAGE
Cheryl Lasseter, “Tougaloo to Study Modern Day Slavery," WDAM-TV, August 8, 2016, http://www.wdam.com/story/32710074/tougaloo-to-study-modern-day-slavery

Tommy G. Meade Jr., “Tougaloo College Becomes First Ever HBCU To Study Modern Day Slavery,” HBCU Buzz, August 10, 2016, http://hbcubuzz.com/2016/08/tougaloo-college-becomes-first-ever-hbcu-study-modern-day-slavery/ 

Gregory Clay, "Tougaloo College establishes Institute for the Study of Modern Day Slavery," The Undefeatedhttp://theundefeated.com/features/tougaloo-college-establishes-institute-for-the-study-of-modern-day-slavery/

Ashley F.G. Norwood, “Mississippians Confront Modern Day Slavery,” Mississippi Today, September 19, 2016, https://mississippitoday.org/2016/09/19/mississippians-confront-modern-day-slavery/