Our Trucker Against Trafficking highlight for the ‪#‎sTATe‬ of the week, North Dakota, is Justin John! Justin is an owner operator for S & S Transportation out of Grand Forks. When we asked him why he is a TAT he said, “I’m a TAT because several years ago I rescued a trafficked woman from a Phoenix, AZ truck stop. This woman was scared and malnourished and had been beaten by her pimp.

On Sunday, October 4th, TAT and the Freedom Drivers Project participated in the Justice Run at Hudson Gardens in Littleton, Colorado. There were over 1,100 runners this year and the crowd of spectators, friends and family was outstanding. TAT had sixteen folks that registered to run for us and helped to raise over $2,900 dollars through their personal fundraising efforts. A big thanks to 31:20 and The Justice Run for such

Want to have a deeper understanding of how you might intersect with human trafficking? Discover our online portal training with interactive features and scenarios that could help you detect trafficking in the real world. http://education.truckersagainsttrafficking.org/

From Author/Speaker/Survivor Christine McDonald No Separation of Victims!


Oct 2015

Stay Vigilant!

In the wake of a fluctuating oil and gas industry, TAT would like to ask all you trucking abolitionists out there to be EXTRA vigilant. While no one can determine exactly where traffickers will redouble their efforts, chances are you may come into contact with it even more in the days, weeks and months to come. Wherever you park, be watching for women and children forced to sell themselves for