Hawaiian seafood caught by foreign crews confined on boats

Foreign fishermen are allowed to fish Hawaiian waters, but without visas, they’re not allowed to leave the third-world conditions on their boats.

Martha Mendoza and Margie Mason of the Associated Press explored the modern-day slavery intrinsic to the fishing industry and took a multi-faceted approach to exploring the problem; I weighed in on immigration issues. Read the full-length story is available here.