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Child Labor Trafficking

Trafficking Effects Us All

Every Day. What if this was your child?

Human Trafficking/ Modern Day Slavery

Every day we encounter a form of slavery. It can even be as simple as the companies in which we make our purchases as certain corporations are known to enslave men, women and even children as young as four. The conditions for these workers are often dirty, abusive, and usually involve sexual assault. There is a lack of food and water and the workers are often sleep deprived as they may work up to 20 hours a day.

You may have purchased electronics, produce, athletic materials or construction from Trafficked Labor Victims without even knowing it. They were promised great jobs only to be forced into labor camps unable to repay the debt they somehow have acquired. To coerce victims into their continued work, they are often being abused, forced to watch as their wife and/or children are raped, and are being charged substantial amounts of money for basic toiletries. This allows the debt to continue into their children long after the parent has passed away.

Maybe you have gone to a strip club, purchased pornography or paid for sex… But did you know that over 70% of commercial sex is made up of Trafficked Victims? In many cases, the victims of the trade are under the age of 18 years old. In the United States alone, one out of three runaways are forced into prostitution within the first 48 hours of running away. Commercial Sex exploited victims are of all races, religions, genders, ages, and many do not live to be in their 30's.


Human Trafficking

What Is Human Trafficking?

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will.


Sex trafficking has been found in a wide variety of venues within the sex industry: residential brothels, escort services, fake massage businesses, strip clubs, and street prostitution.


Labor trafficking has been found in diverse labor settings: domestic work, small businesses, large farms, and factories.



Together We Can:

Rescue those who need us by learning more about the signs of Trafficking.

Educate others by raising awareness in our families and local areas.

Report anything that seems to fit the signs.

Vote daily by purchasing products not produced by Trafficked Victims.

Break the stereotypes surrounding Pimped Prostitutes when they are, in fact, victims of the trade.

Refuse to listen to music that glorifies violence, abuse and commercial sex.

Financially support us to continue rebuilding lives!




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