A Call for Media to Spotlight the Sex Trafficking of Young Black Women

The power of visibility to save the lives of sexually abused Black women.

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There’s a freedom fighter in Texas on a mission to rescue the young Black women that are victims of sex trafficking. They are often hiding in plain sight. Some are ready for rescue, others are under the grip and haze of Stockholm Syndrome. Nevertheless, they are the lost…

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