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Denise Brennan is Professor in the Department of Anthropology, and Faculty Co-Director of the Gender+ Justice Initiative at Georgetown University. She is the author of Life Interrupted: Trafficking into forced labor in the United States and What’s Love Got to Do with It? Transnational desires and sex tourism in the Dominican Republic. She is currently writing Undocumented: Criminalizing everyday life in the United States. She is an Advisor to the Best Practices Policy Project, and has been a board member of Different Avenues, and HIPS – organisations that work to protect the rights of people who engage in the sex sector. She also founded the Trafficking Survivor Leadership Training Fund to provide support for trafficking survivor-advocates in the United States. Follow her on Twitter: @DeniseEBrennan
What happens after someone ‘stops’ being trafficked?