Did you know this human trafficking dates back as far as 1970 and maybe earlier?

It’s time for everyone in the United States get involved. You can become a  corporate partner, and sign up for monthly news letters.  You can e-mail to sign up to help anyway you can the( e-mail) address is servicedpollyllaas.org . or call 800-857-4357.                    Also children are being abducted in the state you live in but no one wants to talk about this.    2018 make a difference unite with organazations on how you can make  a difference and realizing this could be your child.   This awarness is so important to talk to your children about awarness when there out in this world.

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Our Girls boys, teens.young ladies and young men are being abducted everyday in the USA. Imagine a young girl being left alone in this world. Now, imagine that same girl being turned out into the streets, because she is too old to stay at the orphanage. Many of these orphans end up as victims of human trafficking. They are sold into sex slavery and many languish and suffer there for years with no hope of a better life. We call our girl’s homes Stella’s House, and they are homes for orphan girls who have been aged out of state-run facilities and are prime targets for sex traffickers, those who want to trap them in modern slavery. While living at Stella’s House, the girls complete their education, learn life skills, and grow in an environment that changes their mindset from “I am just an orphan” to “I am worthy of being loved.” Instead of becoming a child trafficking statistic, these children are loved and given a chance at a victorious life. young ladies are being abducted

We have to do our part to endTags: Human Trafficking The Local Fight to End Human Trafficking Woman in front of sunrise Before FUTURES, I worked in a legal services office in a rural community along California’s Central Coast. It reminded me of the town I’m from—rural enough that you’re surrounded by fields of vegetables and fruits, but close enough to the city that it’s still impacted by the increased cost of living in more urban areas. Too often we think of trafficking as a crime that occurs in other places—not in my neighborhood, not to my customers, not in the town I work. The reality is 21 million people are trafficked globally, according to the International Labour Organization. It can occur in any community—in rural communities, in the suburbs, in big cities, and in the towns in between—regardless of race or socioeconomic factors. Trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to recruit, harbor, transport or obtain another person for the purpose commercial sex or labor. Agriculture, domestic work, mining, construction, door-to-door sales—these are just some of the economic sectors where labor trafficking may be found. It is a form of violence that may be perpetrated by anyone including family members, an intimate partner, community members, business owners, or networks of organized crime. And while domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking are not the same thing, they can coincide and survivors of these forms of violence may experience similar forms of abuse such as physical and emotional abuse, or financial control.

Tags: Human Trafficking The Local Fight to End Human Trafficking Woman in front of sunrise Before FUTURES, I worked in a legal services office in a rural community along California’s Central Coast. It reminded me of the town I’m from—rural enough that you’re surrounded by fields of vegetables and fruits, but close enough to the city that it’s still impacted by the increased cost of living in more urban areas. Too often we think of trafficking as a crime that occurs in other places—not in my neighborhood, not to my customers, not in the town I work. The reality is 21 million people are trafficked globally, according to the International Labour Organization. It can occur in any community—in rural communities, in the suburbs, in big cities, and in the towns in between—regardless of race or socioeconomic factors. Trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to recruit, harbor, transport or obtain another person for the purpose commercial sex or labor. Agriculture, domestic work, mining, construction, door-to-door sales—these are just some of the economic sectors where labor trafficking may be found. It is a form of violence that may be perpetrated by anyone including family members, an intimate partner, community members, business owners, or networks of organized crime. And while domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking are not the same thing, they can coincide and survivors of these forms of violence may experience similar forms of abuse such as physical and emotional abuse, or financial control.