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Jul 2018

TAT in Canada!

TAT deputy director, Kylla Lanier, had the opportunity to train some Royal Canadian Mounted Police on human trafficking in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The officers were very impressed with the idea of working with the trucking and busing industries to combat this crime in their own country, and we look forward to working with them in the future!

Kelly Sprague knew her husband had a severe problem. Night after night, he thrashed about violently in their bed. He wandered the house aimlessly in the early morning hours. He cut himself with knives. All while he slept. Matt Sprague recalls the exhaustion he felt when he woke up each morning. He also understands now that he suffered from deepening depression, and a lifelong struggle with negative self-talk — which

A little #MondayMotivation for you!

This presentation was given at the Freedom from Sexploitation Agena national briefing in the U.S. Capitol, hosted by The National Center on Sexual Exploitation. Details about the agenda are at endsexualexploitation.org/freedomagenda/. Shamere speaks about the need to address the role of demand both for prostitution and sex trafficking in order to make any significant national progress combatting sexual exploitation. Shamere McKenzie is the Chief Executive Officer of the Sun Gate Foundation,

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