Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking is the human rights issue of our generation. People of color make up more than 61% of the 40.2 million persons trafficked annually. (ILO) The deepest darkest crimes against children, women and men impact people of all races, cultures, genders, and persuasions. By making the public aware, educating and providing information to empower them, we decrease the likelihood of continued exploitation. Community collaboration ensures victims receive the assistance they need and supports law enforcement and court systems in prosecuting criminals and eliminating opportunities to further exploit vulnerable populations. Survivor voices, participation, and feedback, provide credible, critical confirmation in a movement that depends on recognition, reporting and rapid response