Consistency is important when we engage in the fight against human trafficking. It is important to hold fast to our beliefs throughout all of our interactions. If we say we are against sex trafficking, we need to be against the systems and the accepted cultural norms that have allowed it to flourish and grow. For example, in our culture, pimping has been glamorized, normalized, and the word itself coopted to mean

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In two recent articles I addressed imagery in advocacy efforts against human trafficking. In the first article, I discussed negative effects from the overuse of images that portray violence in child sex trafficking. In the second article, I addressed the overwhelming objectification of victims. In my online research, I was surprised to find very few campaigns directed at victim outreach efforts. One such campaign from the National Human Trafficking Resource

Our ‪#‎Trucker‬ Against Trafficking highlight for the ‪#‎sTATe‬ of the week,‪#‎New‬ ‪#‎Mexico‬, is Gaylon Fuller! When we asked Gaylon why he was a TAT he said,“I believe no one should have to endure abuse. No one should be forced into silence. No one should be left without a voice. Hope for change starts with knowledge. Awareness leads to action; action leads to freedom.” Thanks so much for your work with TAT, Gaylon, and for your commitment

Kylla Lanier, Deputy Director of Truckers Against Trafficking: What are the most effective ways to combat human trafficking? I think the most effective way to combat it is to prevent it in the first place…get involved in your community: mentor, tutor, help, befriend at-risk youth, support your local food banks…where there are vulnerabilities, traffickers are preying. So help lessen the vulnerabilities and you help prevent this heinous crime from ever