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Human Trafficking: Let’s Make a Change

Slavery was a big political issue starting in 1750. People were made to do things against their will or be beaten or even killed. Although slavery was not acknowledged as sex slavery it was more slave labor many media outlets, authors, and activists compare slavery from 1750 to sex trafficking that is going on today right in our own backyards. Human Trafficking is defined as the illegal trade of human beings for reproductive slavery, commercial sexual exploitation, forced labor, or a modern- day form of slavery by Wikipedia. In this piece I will discuss what Human Trafficking is, how Americans can educate the public about Human Trafficking, how we can educate law enforcement officials and medical personal to look for the signs of a person that is being victimized by a trafficker, and how we can provide help and support to people who have been victimized by human trafficking.

Human Trafficking has become the second largest illegal industry and it brings in approximately $32 billion yearly (Johnson). Human Trafficking is a huge illegal business. The traffickers lure women and young girls into the business by making them promises of the good life such as money, fame, and escape from a home life that is abusive or neglectful. Traffickers are very good at what they do. They have gone high tech, by targeting young girls through social networks, traffickers also target teens that are on the streets, and teens that are being abused or neglected at home and many other ways. The biggest majority of trafficking is women and children but men and boys are also being targeted.

Human Trafficking does not only target the poor or rich people. On March 20, 2012 President Obama vowed to fight Human Trafficking. “Yet millions around the world and here in the United States—toil under the boot of modern-day slavery,”…...

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