The Great Escape: A True Story of Forced Labor and Immigrant Dreams in America

The Great Escape

By Saket Soni. Tells the story of one of the largest human trafficking cases in modern American history—and the workers’ heroic journey for justice — told by the labor leader who engineered their escape and set them on a path to citizenship. Traces the workers’ escape, their march to Washington, DC, and their twenty-three-day hunger strike to bring attention to their cause. Weaving a personal journey with a tale of twenty-first-century forced labor, takes readers into the lives of the immigrant workers the United States increasingly relies on to rebuild after climate disasters. Read more.