Walking Prey: How America’s Youth Are Vulnerable to Sex Slavery  by Holly Austin Smith I read Walking Prey out of my respect for Holly Smith’s advocacy and survivor perspective. I had read and posted many of the articles she had written for the Washington Times Community Section on our Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) social media sites over the last year, so I was excited about her book. Walking Prey:

Only 20 seats left before they are sold out for this conference! Lots of wonderful speakers…lots to learn! TAT will be one of the speakers at the TIATF conference as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__iDZZyEaT0

To read about what’s been happening this past month with TAT as well as around the nation, please follow the link! http://myemail.constantcontact.com/TAT-July-2014-Newsletter.html?soid=1104865328133&aid=yA9G_0e0WSw


Jun 2014

Nugget of Truth

From survivor and advocate Christine McDonald (and certainly I have heard it echoed by multiple other survivors as well)“Many times we don’t rescue the victims when they are minor girls, and then they become adult victims (although now we blame them for “choosing” this life). We have to care as much for them because if they age out and become adults, they are often treated as criminals when actually they

Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund has donated $25,000 to TAT as part of their 3-year pledge to the mission to fight human trafficking. Not only does Bridgestone support TAT’s work financially, but they continually use their influence to garner other partners in the industry for TAT. Thank you so much! We greatly appreciate all that you do! To read more about what Bridgestone Commercial Solutions is committed to doing in the