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Human Trafficking

Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act.


JUSTICE is a program that we are working on with the goal of training those who come into contact with those who are being trafficked. Our prayer and hope is to have the curriculum put together in 2025

J.U.S.T.I.C.E. stands to arm the public with the ability to spot human trafficking indicators and promptly report suspicions. An upsurge in reports will directly contribute to the identification of more victims.
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. serves as a beacon, illuminating the plight of millions ensnared in slavery worldwide, irrespective of gender or age. Through collaboration with law enforcement, governments, businesses, and NGOs, our mission is to turn awareness into tangible interventions. 

As a survivor of child pornography and sex trafficking that began as a young girl, I want to raise awareness of this multi-billion dollar industry and modern day slavery that is happening in the United States as well as other countries. Many people think that trafficking only happens in third world countries or that women or teen girls choose to become prostitutes after becoming homeless or running away. This couldn't be further from the truth. No girl chooses to become a prostitute. They are victims who are exploited by predators and groups who abuse and sell human beings for profit. Both boys and girls are used for labor and sex trafficking. I would like to raise awareness of the connection between multi-generational sexual and ritual abuse which can include mind control that passes down undetected in families (intrafamilial child abuse). While some sex trafficking does stem from children who have runaway or are homeless who have been kidnapped, the majority of the time these rings are connected to families where ritual abuse and mind control have been passed down and children are conditioned specifically for child pornography and sex trafficking. 

I believe it takes a four-prong approach to even begin to battle sex trafficking:
1. Awareness and prevention training
2. Rescuing victims out of trafficking
3. Recovery and empowerment for survivors through aftercare services

4. Justice through legislative advocacy 

Through awareness and prevention training it changes the way society recognizes and helps trafficking survivors.  Training equips advocates and professionals with the skills to identify the vulnerable and spot those who are being exploited by trafficking. This should include providing people with numbers to the National Human Trafficking Hotline to make a report if they suspect trafficking.  By having aftercare services available we are able to provide restorative services to victims who are rescued out of trafficking by those who are trained to recognize and respond to reports made to authorities or organizations. Victims need a range of restorative services through support and advocacy from various services specifically for empowering survivors. These would include therapy, safe houses, support groups, medical care, outreach, education, vocational training, and other intervention services. Attorneys are needed to work with legislators to change laws, accelerate policies, and provide justice at both the federal and state level for victims and to hold offenders accountable.  


Things you can do if you suspect trafficking:

  • Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline toll-free hotline at 1-888-373-7888:

  • Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocates are available 24/7 to take reports of potential human trafficking.

  • Text the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 233733. Message and data rates may apply.

  • Chat the National Human Trafficking Hotline via

One of the biggest organizations that are rescuing children and arresting traffickers in 40 countries and 50 U.S. states is Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R) founded by Tim Ballard. Their focus is "to help rescue and protect victims of child sex trafficking and exploitation, bring their perpetrators to justice, provide survivors with life-saving aftercare services, and raise awareness of this worldwide scourge.” They have rescued over 6,000 survivors and arrested over 4,000 predators. 

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