Human Sex Trafficking: America’s Modern Day Slavery

Human sex trafficking is one of the most heinous crimes against humanity. In the United States, it has increasingly become a major burden for children and teens. In this segment, we’ll examine the issue. We’ll take a look at statistics; ways to protect children and how a St. Louis agency is working to free children and teens from the bondage of sex trafficking.

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Human Sex Trafficking: America’s Modern Day Slavery

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am