Passage of the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (H.R. 1865) allows victims to hold websites accountable for criminal conduct, giving them access to justice.
Taina Bien-Aimé, CATW executive director, joins Edwidge Danticat Haitian-American novelist, and Sean O’Neill, chief reporter at The Times newspaper in London, which broke the story of the Oxfam scandal to discuss.
CATW executive director quoted in Reuters.
Gloria Steinem, CATW, NOW-NY, Sex Trade Survivors spoke out about PornHub Pop-Up in NYC, urging mayor to halt the conglomerate's plans to open more shops in the city.
CBS News New York covers our protest with NOW-NYC, survivor leaders and Gloria Steinem against Porn Hub's pop up in the city.
CATW Executive Director Taina Bien-Aimé considers consequences of Pornhub pop up in the HuffPost.
CATW Executive Director speaks out in response to NYT Article on George Soros and his Open Society Foundations, which neglected to explain OSF's position on full decriminalization of the sex trade.
In the HuffPost, CATW Executive Director Taina Bien-Aimé reveals how Ada Trillo's photographs expose the realities of prostitution.
Our executive director interviews South African survivor leader Mickey Meji in this HuffPost piece.