Human Trafficking Awareness

Human trafficking, also known as trafficking in persons or modern slavery, is a crime in which force, fraud, or coercion is used to compel a person to perform labor, services, or commercial sex.

There are nearly 25 million people currently victims of trafficking.  The United States is committed to fighting it because trafficking destabilizes societies, it undermines economies, it harms workers, it enriches those who exploit them, it undercuts legitimate business, and most fundamentally, because it is so profoundly wrong.

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