Health and Justice

The intersection of health and justice Physicians are trained to treat their patients with compassion as people, not diseases. However, those who have been enslaved tend to be more deeply wounded than others. A special understanding of the sensitivities and nuances of...

FAQ: Katherine, How did you get started in this work?

I was visiting a shelter for people with no place else to go on the Thai-Burma border when I encountered a woman who looked as if she was in her late 60’s, but I suspect that she had lived not that many years. She had lived too many hard years and it showed in her...

FAQ: How is Relentless funded?

I’m gratefully funded on a regular basis by individuals and organizations who are committed to being a part of my financial support team. Through their financial giving I am able to support myself and donate my time to other non-profit organizations that are not...

FAQ: How can I get involved, get Relentless?

You can get Relentless in your own neighborhood or city by becoming aware of injustices around you. You can act locally for global impact by making informed choices when you shop – environmentally sustainable, not made by slave labor, etc.There are probably...