United States, and impacts people of all backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses, genders, and life experiences.
January is National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month, a month in which organizations across the country partake in awareness raising activities to educate the general public about human trafficking.
This special magazine hopes to impart a more nuanced understanding of the diverse experiences of human trafficking survivors by featuring works of art, poetry, and reflection from survivors of sex and labor trafficking and from advocates in the field.
We hope these perspectives ignite a dedication to addressing human trafficking in your local communities and in your own professional settings.
Check out the full zine below.