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told a conference on inequality at the Boston branch of the central bank "It is no secret that the past few decades of widening inequality can be summed up as significant income and wealth gains for those at the very top and stagnant living standards for the majority" she told economists professors and community workers "I think it is appropriate to ask whether this trend is compatible with values rooted in our nations history among them the high value Americans have traditionally placed on equality of opportunity" The speech heavy on data compiled by the Fed and by other sources continued Yellens focus on the trials of Americas unemployed and underemployed With global financial markets rebounding from days of frenzied selling Yellen did not comment on the volatility or on monetary policy Income disparity between the richest Americans and the rest has risen in the wake of the 2007-2009 recession An extensive Fed study published last month suggests wealth and income is concentrated not just within the top 1 percent as some analyses have suggested but actually among a slightly broader slice of the ultra-rich: the top 3 percent Yellen who raised concerns about inequality well before taking the Feds reins earlier this year acknowledged that a rebound in house prices over the last two years has restored much wealth to those at the bottom But she cited several troubling contributors to a lack of equality of opportunity including the expensive cost of higher education faced by the young In another threat to economic opportunity she said a slowdown in business formation may depress productivity The speech comes after a report found that the top 113 earners among staff at the Feds Washington headquarters make an average of $246506 per year excluding bonuses and other benefits more than Yellen and nearly double the normal top government rate Meanwhile the Fed was center stage this week in a volatile market selloff not seen in years Global stocks jumped on Friday following a US rebound on Thursday when St Louis Fed President James Bullard said the central bank should keep buying bonds longer than planned Eric Rosengren head of the Boston Fed said on Friday however that recent market turbulence and signs of global economic weakness havent yet dimmed US economic forecasts and wont likely change the Feds policy path unless they do This article originally appeared on Fortunecom Contact us at editors@timecom" went one typical online post’”Ray’s recollections match the tenor of Howard’s descriptions “Eight Albert Einstein He lives in the White House Strongmen don’t have this problem One things for certain made the slime by mixing together common household ingredients including PVA glue and shaving foam contact lens solution – which contained the powerful chemical borax Voters on Tuesday also will choose candidates in primaries in Mississippi Healthcare has taken center stage in Iowa’s gubernatorial race and said Friday it was undertaking an independent 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into the weather forecasts of the Meteorological Service of Canada and the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts Major comic book companies adopted the code as a form of self-regulation to avoid sanctions ($1 = 1 First Order reign over the galaxy farS fishing is considered among the most dangerous industries to work in For the kids of Lake Volta who are required to dive and unsnag nets from the murky lake bottom it can and often does prove fatal The existence of the slaves some as young as five is not a secret In fact slavery has been against the law in Ghana since 2005 But fueled by desperation and deceit the practice of selling kids into bonded labor is proving hard to stamp out After a multi-year program by the International Justice Mission (IJM) 10 kids were rescued in July 2015 Ghanaian law enforcement is understaffed and has other priorities Authorities lack the resources to effectively address the problem This story or ones like it is repeated all over the world: Thai seafood workers are kept in cages Indian brick workers are required to make 1500 bricks a day by hand Miners in the Democratic Republic of Congo are forced to work long hours under threat of physical punishment Immigrant housemaids in Kuwait deprived of their passports are made to work 100 hours a week Exactly two years ago on April 15 2014 more than 200 girls were abducted in nothern Nigeria by Boko Haram and effectively became sex slaves or worse The problem of modern slavery is huge and hydra-headed and complicated to solve since it requires co-operation on so many frontswith local governments as well as with tiny local charities While slavery is illegal everywhere figures suggest somewhere between 20 million and 36 million people are in a situation where somebody else has powers of ownership over them whether they are in debt bondage forced to work against their will or held by force And “rescuing” them is only solving half the problem Afterward they need to rebuild their lives their health their job skills Read More: How to Spot a Trafficking Victim at an Airport What might change the lives of people who have been thus ensnared is a big global pot of moneyto help fund local authorities rescue slaves and enforce their anti-slavery laws to rehabilitate former slaves and to educate and heal those rescued Slavery is driven by money and won’t be extinguished without it Amassing exactly such a big cash-pile is the stated purpose of the End Modern Slavery Initiative or EMSI a bill sponsored by Republican Sen Bob Corker of Tennessee The bill would set up a foundation partially funded by the US government but mostly by outside donors to spend carefully with organizations and local government bodies to fight slavery such as that on Lake Volta But the bill has been held up by a congressional row over abortion politics Three Senators have reportedly logged objections which might prevent it from coming to the Senate floor for a vote It’s Senate tradition to decline to say who has put such a hold on a bill but TIME’s research suggests that it’s Republican Sens Mike Lee of Utah James Lankford of Oklahoma and Ted Cruz of Texas who is currently running for the GOP presidential nomination The bill’s supporters say the Senators are holding the bill over a concern that some of the anti-slavery money might be used to pay for abortions A Cruz spokesman says the Senator supports the goal of ending modern slavery and human trafficking but “he has some concerns with the EMSI bill specifically whether it does enough to ensure that the foundation created by the bill would not be able to fund organizations that provide or support abortions” It’s an old fight in Congress where the so-called Helms Amendment has barred any money given as foreign aid from paying for abortion since the 1970s Sidebar fights over abortion funding have threatened all manner of legislation in the intervening decades Because the anti-slavery bill would set up a government-sponsored institution that also accepts money from private donors and foreign governments the three Senators argue that some of the other money it collects could go towards abortions Lee who is reportedly leading the fight wants Helms Amendment-type language to apply to all of the money the institution accepts including the cash collected from outside sources “There are no restrictions on this bill which restrict this federal government non-proft from using the money they get from non-government sources for abortion purposes” says Conn Carroll a spokesman for Lee “If [Corker’s office] could get language that extends the same Helms amendment barriers to the rest of the money spent by this organization then that would be different” Read More: What is the Modern Slave Trade Still the bill is supported by dozens of faith-based organizations and leaders including many that are avowedly pro-life such as the Sisters of Mercy and mega-church pastor Rick Warren and it was a faith-based organization EndIt that brought the issue to Corker’s attention Some 600 faith leaders including Gary Haugen of the IJM have urged passage of the bill For many of them the fight harkens back to the early abolitionist movement which was dominated by church leaders and people of faith The US Conference of Catholic Bishops does not oppose the bill in its current form although it has said “it welcomes efforts by Lee and others to ensure that the new foundation would not subsidize abortions” Even National Right To Life is fine with the bill its current form “National Right to Life does not intend to take a position on this version of the legislation” wrote NRL’s legislative director Douglas Johnson to legislators last month Corker is adamant that the bill which passed unanimously out of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is about slavery and slavery alone “This fund is being established to free slaves both in sexual servitude and forced labor and prosecute their captors The legislation does not provide for abortion and has no pro-life issues” says Corker “It would seem that those claiming otherwise either haven’t read the current version of the legislation or have other reasons for trying to kill a bill focused on rescuing over 27 million women children and men enslaved today around the world” Indeed many organizations work with trafficked and enslaved populations and never touch abortion “I’ve worked with probably 500 women in the last two years and never even heard of anybody asking for an abortion” says Amanda Eckhardt director of programs for RestoreNYC a faith-based charity that works with formerly trafficked women in New York City Some supporters of the bill have quietly suggested that the slim chance some foreign moneys might be used to fund abortions is a fig leaf for the real objection of the senators: they are opposed to any new government initiative to offer foreign aid of any sort The US financial commitment is for $250 million over seven years years plus $125 billion from other donors and has a number of built-in metrics to measure the effectiveness of the investment The authorization for the funding is supposed to expire after seven years But once the EMSI fund is up and running the thinking goes it could be around forever Read More: Video Appears to Show Some of Nigerias Kidnapped Chibok Girls Alive Corker can only bring the bill to the Senate floor through a maneuver known as unanimous consent meaning the bill would get an up-or-down vote with no amendments or debates allowed because of time pressures the Senate is facing But Lee wants the bill to be open to debate: “Were not giving our consent because we want to have votes on amendments” says Carroll A spokesman for Lankford Darrell Jordan said in an email that the Senator “supports the objective of the bill and appreciates Senator Corkers leadership on this important issue” He would not comment on whether Lankford had put a hold on the bill citing Senate tradition While these machinations take place the clock is ticking Corker has already secured the wherewithal to fund the bill if it passes However that money can be used for another purpose if the legislation is still languishing by September And if a vote is delayed for another year the money would have to be appropriated again throwing up another roadblock Meanwhile the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram the boys on Lake Volta and the kids breaking coal for the Indian brick kilns have to wake up every morning to face another day of misery and servitude with no hope that their lives or futures can be redeemed Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors its staffs politeness offers Mexican food using fresh sustainable seafood with an emphasis on tacos "If our boys go out on the farm, researchers at Johns Hopkins University in 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