Good News Friday

Some quick (and good) news for your Friday, provided by DC Stop Modern Slavery’s weekly “Abolitionist’s Digest“: Police in Peru say they have rescued nearly 300 women from human trafficking in a raid in the country’s Amazon region. Over 400 police took part in the 3-day operation. Indianapolis is considering new legislation to prevent human … Continue reading

Not a Touchdown Yet

It was really awesome to see how much press human trafficking got before the Super Bowl. It felt like everywhere I turned, from Facebook to local news, people were banding together and joining the cause. I know a number of folks down in Texas added the National Human Trafficking Hotline to their phones, and groups … Continue reading

Fight Human Trafficking This Super Bowl Week

Large-scale sporting events almost always cause an increase in trafficking. Maybe it’s the huge numbers of drunk men separated from their families and high on adrenaline. Or maybe it’s just lots of people and money in one place = trouble. But this year’s Super Bowl is starting to stand out. With the help of football … Continue reading

Human Trafficking on Your Block

In case you aren’t aware of the 100,000-300,000 American children at risk of human sex trafficking in the United States, now you can be. NPR spoke on it late last week and gave a disturbing inside look at how it can happen: predators and pimps prey on at-risk youth, sometimes even by going to their … Continue reading

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