TAT’s Deputy Director Kylla Lanier had the privilege to speak at theAlabama Trucking Association‘s annual conference this morning. There was a such a warm reception for TAT’s message from the Alabama trucking community. ATA President Frank Filgo said that Alabama was committed to the fight against human trafficking and it’s partnership with TAT! We are excited to be working with this fantastic trucking association! Post from ATA’s FB page “The Alabama

Our ‪#‎Trucker‬ Against Trafficking highlight for the ‪#‎sTATe‬ of the week,‪#‎Missouri‬, is Tomas Mansfield! When we asked Tomas why he is a TAT he said, “I joined the fight against human trafficking because no person should ever be bought, sold, abused, or forced into unsafe or illegal activities. Everybody deserves a better life and the victims of human trafficking need all the resources they can get. With the TAT stickers on my door, they

Human trafficking is easily understood when viewed through the lens of justice. It is wrong and evil, and that is straightforward and simple. But it seems the more one learns about the issue, the more complex it becomes, like peeling the proverbial onion back, one layer at a time, and discovering there is so much more to understand. It can be frustrating and taxing at moments when viewing the overwhelming

Larry was a truck driver who stopped for the night at a busy truck stop. Before going to bed, he saw two females he believed to be minors knocking on the cab doors of trucks parked around him. Larry had learned about human trafficking happening at truck stops from Truckers Against Trafficking and knew he needed to call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center. The NHTRC immediately responded and law

Happy ‪#‎TruckerTuesday‬ to all of you! We hope you have a most awesome day!