A little #MondayMotivation for you!

(ST. PAUL, Minn) – Businesses in the Minnesota hotel industry have until the end of the month to train their employees to recognize and prevent sex trafficking. The training is the result of a mandate passed during the 2018 Minnesota legislative session. According to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center nearly 1,500 cases of sex trafficking in hotels and motels involving more than 1,800 victims have been reported in the

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) — Dressed in ball gowns, it was a celebration Saturday evening for several women taking a big step. “When we were all little girls, we had dreams,” Summer Dickerson said. “And so today, we’re going to make those dreams become reality.” For several of the women, their realities have been more nightmare than fantasy. As survivors of human trafficking and violence, their struggles had often been hidden

***We are thankful for the amazing collaboration between trucking and law enforcement on the issue of human trafficking!*** AUSTIN, Texas ­— Mutual interest between law enforcement and truckers over such policy issues as highway safety, security and human trafficking are forging increasing relationships that have historically been less than cordial, according to a panel of law enforcement experts. “Truckers, you have a hundred different policy issues that rise and fall