The Hidden Faces Of Modern-Day Slavery

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Given Kachepa, victim of human trafficking
Sandy Shepherd,
Given Kachepa's adoptive mother
Bradley Myles, executive director and CEO, Polaris Project

Slavery continues to exist across the United States in a number of forms. There are brothels, farms, nail salons and factories across the United States where people are working against their will, for no pay. A number of states are working on legislation to address human trafficking.

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