Over the last five years, I’ve learned many things at the Super Bowl…and none of them were about the game. Many things, I wish I didn’t know; truths of the kind that, once you know them, change you forever.
If we want to eradicate slavery, we need to be present in the lives of those most at risk of becoming victims of human trafficking in our own communities.
With over 35 million people enslaved worldwide, we are seeing the largest slavery epidemic in our world's history. Enough is enough.
You have the choice to click on the link and read this article. There are people in our world that don't have that choice. They have no choices -they are told when they can sleep, what and when they can eat, and when they work.
So many people in places like Sioux County don’t even know that Human Sex Trafficking exists. They could hardly grasp that it is happening right in their neighborhoods.
Human trafficking holds an estimated 27 million men, women, and children captive worldwide. Since the rescue rate sits at an alarming 1%, prevention work is the key to abolition.