In Mauritania, Modern Day Slavery And Health Inequality

A view of refugees walking at the Mbere refugee camp on May 3, 2012, near Bassiknou, southern Mauritania. “They never took me to the doctor when I was ill.” These are the words spoken by Merieme Mint Hamadi when asked about her life as a slave. Merieme, one of an estimated half a million people […]

The War Comes Home to Indiana

Disunion follows a Civil War as it unfolded. In early Mar 1863, an officer in Terre Haute, Ind., systematic dual maestro Army sergeants to cranky into Clark County in circuitously eastern Illinois to lift out a peculiar, yet increasingly common, order: detain a organisation of Union Army deserters. It wasn’t an easy assignment: a organisation […]