Norma Ramos is a longstanding social justice attorney and ecofeminist who links the global inequality of women to the destruction of the environment. She writes and speaks extensively about the commercial sexual exploitation of women and girls as a core global injustice. Ms. Ramos serves on the boards of anti-trafficking organizations, such as Prostitution Research and Education and the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives. She is the recipient of numerous awards recognizing her leadership in the movement to end human trafficking.
“Prostitution is the world’s oldest oppression.”