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Modern-Day Slavery In Georgia

It has been a few weeks since our last update, but we hope that this post will bring you up to speed on the extensive research we have been doing in the field. We recently spent over a week in Georgia and were able to meet with a number of organizations and individuals involved in … Continue reading

Anti-Sex Trafficking Efforts During Super Bowl XLVI

We began our research on human trafficking at the crossroads of America, in Indiana. While Indianapolis prepared for Super Bowl XLVI, we were able to meet with a few organizations and institutions working to combat human trafficking in the state. Frequently, prior to large sporting events such as the Super Bowl, the media, organizations and government … Continue reading

Progress On the Road- Indiana to Georgia

We have finally convened and begun this 8 month journey, driving state-to-state across the U.S., researching human trafficking in the sex trade. We want to thank each and every person who has donated to our research up to this point. We would not be able to do this without your support. We began our research … Continue reading

‘Traffic In Our Streets’ Referenced In Forbes Magazine

Natalie Jesionka, a lecturer, reporter and human rights advocate, wrote a three-piece article on Human Trafficking that was published online in the Daily Muse and then re-published in Forbes Magazine. Her first installment discusses Human Trafficking: The Myths and The Realities, which establishes that there are stories circulating about human trafficking that may be incorrect, and attempts to … Continue reading