Houston Nurse, Survivor Brings Awareness to Human Trafficking

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Some of her work involves assisting law enforcement officers, giving them information they need to prevent/halt human trafficking cases, and spreading awareness about how social media can be weaponized by human trafficking.

More insight from Fischer reveals the struggles that can emerge after one escapes trafficking. Many scars (physical and otherwise) still remain after the fact. It is also an unfortunate reality that not all scars fade with time.

More action from the government and communities

If there is one issue the government should be jumping all over, it is the fight against human trafficking. Multiple studies and reports indicate that human trafficking is growing, not waning.

Therefore, this speaks to a need for much stronger action at all levels to stop this heinous crime. Parents, school faculty members, and workers across various industries can also benefit from the following:

  • Awareness of what human trafficking is and looks like
  • Warning signs that someone is being trafficked
  • Warning signs that someone is trafficking others
  • Knowledge of how to report suspected human trafficking

Anyone who wishes to report what they believe to be human trafficking can contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline via phone at 1 (888) 373-7888 or by text at 233733.