White Evangelicals Most Likely to Affirm QAnon Tenets

White Evangelicals Most Likely to Affirm QAnon Tenets

Nearly a quarter (22%) of all white evangelical Protestants in the U.S. affirm three central QAnon beliefs, according to a report published by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) on May 27. PRRI’s survey presented respondents with the following three QAnon...
Is Our Number One Problem Really Number Two?

Is Our Number One Problem Really Number Two?

Have you noticed what appears to be a national obsession with a daily bowel cleansing? We’ve all visited websites that include misleading clickbait ads disguised as informative news articles. Among the several items vying for attention, one of the most common touts:...
How QAnon Has Hijacked Anti-Trafficking Movement

How QAnon Has Hijacked Anti-Trafficking Movement

When I joined the anti-human trafficking movement, I was impressed by how apolitical it was. The first federal legislation regarding human trafficking – the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 – was sponsored by 38 Republicans and Democrats and passed almost...
Human Trafficking: Following Myths, Missing Reality

Human Trafficking: Following Myths, Missing Reality

We sat around the table asking each other, “How can we address this?” A relative of one of our anti-trafficking coalition’s committee members had posted an article about a ruse where girls were lured to cars in a mall parking lot and kidnapped. After the abduction,...