April 7, 2016 CNN
Sarah Besky, assistant professor of anthropology and international affairs, answers questions about the plight of young girls working in tea plantations in India as part of CNN's Freedom Project. "Human trafficking in Northeast India does not only happen on tea plantations. It happens across rural and urban areas," said Besky. "Poverty and a lack of employment opportunities are" contributing factors that might make girls vulnerable to human trafficking.
Human trafficking and tea: What's the connection? (interview with Sarah Besky) – CNN