Today is Human Trafficking Awareness Day, dedicated to raising awareness of sexual slavery and human trafficking worldwide. It started in 2007, when the U.S. Senate designated January 11th as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Although it is a U.S. initiative, the United Nations has begun to highlight this topic and working towards global awareness.
Crimestoppers encourages the public to pass on any information they might have, no matter how small, about those committing this serious crime.
Not all places are free many people are enslaved particularly in the sex trade. If you see a lot of women in a house and they seem afraid contact the police. You could save a life. Many people have slavery as a fact of life we need to end it.