At Truckers Against Trafficking, we’re used to traveling across the continent to engage with stakeholders and provide training to transportation professionals. With the COVID-19 pandemic, that hasn’t been happening. But, our mission continues! Wondering what we’ve been up to lately? Here are a couple of  June updates from TAT: The training continues – online! Last week, TAT held our first session of Justice Seekers, a one-hour, monthly webinar series for

Truckers Against Trafficking created our Man-to-Man Campaign in 2018 to address the demand side of sex trafficking and to give men who DON’T buy sex a platform. And, that’s the majority of men – according to Demand Forum, about 10% of men in the US buy sex.  YOU (individuals, companies, men’s groups and community groups) can become a part of the solution for sex trafficking by taking easy-to-implement steps, all outlined on

Crisis in Human Trafficking During the Pandemic: A snapshot form Polaris, April 2020 Over the last few months, Polaris, who runs the National Human Trafficking Hotline, has been tracking the potential impact of COVID-19 on victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking. The analysis compares hotline data from a post-shelter-in-place period to two deliberately chosen pre-shelter-in-place periods. They found an increase in crisis trafficking situations and a high need

If you’ve been to a TA-Petro travel center recently, you may have spied some TAT merch for sale! If you haven’t, be sure to stop in and pick up some TAT swag.  Items include lighters, hats, travel mugs, flashlights, and more! For every item purchased, a donation is made to Truckers Against Trafficking.   If you’ve already purchased yours, be sure to send us a picture showing your TAT pride. We’d

Happy Monday, everyone! This week’s Monday Motivation quote comes from John F. Kennedy: “Things do not happen. Things are made to happen.” And, when it comes to human trafficking, YOU can make things happen! Here are three ways you can join the fight agains human trafficking right now: Get involved in anti-trafficking advocacy. Start by checking out action items from Polaris. They provide clear and simple instructions for how to