ANY KID ANY SCHOOL

Human trafficking has been reported in all 50 states and it's happening now: in our communities, on our streets, and in our schools. We're calling on you—students, parents, teachers, community members, and active citizens—to educate yourself on this issue and help us put an end to this unconscionable crime.


THE ISSUE

School-age youth are at risk of trafficking, and not just high school youth. Pimps or traffickers are known to prey on children as young as 9.

According to the U.S. Department of Education, "traffickers may target minor victims through social media, after-school programs, at shopping malls and bus depots, in clubs, or through friends or acquaintances who recruit students on school campuses."

 

WATCH THE VIDEO


TAKE ACTION

1

Learn the signs: identify and report suspected cases of trafficking in schools or when traveling.

2

Spread the word: share our video and campaign with your friends and followers.

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3

Help educate youth: learn about our Y-ACT program that's empowering youth to end trafficking.

4

Donate: power our work to defend children and end child slavery at the source.