Introduce yourself with a short bio:
My name is Ian Urbina and I am an investigative reporter for The New York Times. For the past four years I have been working on a series called The Outlaw Ocean, which chronicles the various types of crimes which occur at sea around the world.
Mrs. Baker cheers as Riley marches across the field with plumes of feathers ascending from her head. Despite the sweltering August heat, Mrs. Baker proudly stands and claps for her child at the end of the halftime show. A bass drum weighs heavy on Riley’s shoulders as a thought weighs heavy in Mrs. Baker’s mind—her kid seems to be doing well at this new school, but she keeps seeing the words “human trafficking” pop up on Facebook and in the news.
She wonders, “should I talk to my child about human trafficking?”