Originally posted on Aplus.com by K.S. Anthony on February 20, 2017—
“When A Plus co-founder Ashton Kutcher testified before Congress about his work with Thorn regarding the horrors of human trafficking around the world, it sparked a huge number of comments from concerned people seeking ways that they might become involved. As part of our ongoing effort to help people help others, we’ve assembled a short list of ways that you can help the victims of human trafficking. We encourage you to share this article with friends and family members.
1. Become aware: learn the indicators.
The State Department has list of red flags: signs and indicators that a victim of human trafficking might exhibit. They also offer links to free training to help build human trafficking awareness.
2. If you suspect something, say something.
If you suspect someone might be a victim of human trafficking, contact law enforcement or the National Human Trafficking Resource Center line at 1-888-373-7888. Better safe than sorry.
3. Raise money, share resources.
A comprehensive list of organizations working to end human trafficking can be found here.”
For the rest of the list and post, please click HERE.