Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History
First Year Seminar, Arcadia University Undergraduate Curriculum
Lydia Cacho (2014) is a Mexican investigative journalist and feminist who fights for woman, children and human rights. She is known for exposing the Mexican child pornography run by wealthy businessmen through her book Demons of Eden. Cacho (2014) was raised by supportive parents and especially looked up to her feminist mother. Her remarkable work as a journalist exposing serious issues in Mexico and around the world have lead her to become one of the most important feminists in modern times. She continues to pave a way for victims of sexual exploitation to come forward and tell their stories. Cacho (2014) made a great feat for human rights with her determination and bravery.
Josephick, Antoinette, "Lydia Cacho’s Role in the Transformation of Human Sex-Trafficking" (2017). Faculty Curated Undergraduate Works. 52.
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