Human Trafficking Awareness Day: What is a Child’s Life Worth? | Courtesy of Compassion International: http://blog.compassion.com/human-trafficking-awareness-day-what-is-a-childs-life-worth/#ixzz2HivHKN6j
how? pray. support a ministry already impacting change. really look at your slavery footprint. think about how you buy. share with others what you know, because most Americans are still pretty clueless.
This article talks about how it's not so much that people are brought into trafficking at the Super owl, but victims are brought into the Super Bowl for "all men" at the event. Again, we see a theme of men as dominant (pimps, consumers) and women as tools for their sexual pleasure as victims. The victim/predator relationship is social, something learned by images, words, and gender roles.
Infographic: A Global Look at Human Trafficking To coincide with National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, which lasts through January, UNICEF has tackled the subject with a dynamic infographic. "In 2012, there were only 4,746 trafficking convictions worldwide. This number seems even more alarming when considering that of the estimated 21 million individuals currently being trafficked, 5.5 million of them are children."