The Slave Across The Street Analysis

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In addition to the lack of education, there is also a great deal of ignorance in our communities when recognizing those who may be forced into sexual exploitation. It is not their fault but in a sense it is ours for the lack of involvement. We must pay our communities more attention and speak out for the voiceless, it is our job to help prevent this horrific crime from happening to these innocent women and children. The lack of involvement is also one of the largest epidemics on the widespread of Human Trafficking. For example, Theresa Flores was a 15 year old teenager, just like any other teenager, loved track, enjoyed school, and was an exceptional student, so most would assume, but what you didn’t know about her is she had been forced into a lifestyle unimaginable.…show more content…
She was drugged, raped and tortured for two long years, kept in bondage, forced to pay back an impossible debt as a sex slave, attempting to keep her family safe. Her enslavement all began from a ride home from school. Next thing she knew she was in bed with a Chaldean young boy, Daniel whom she thought liked and cared about her but, to her oblivion, had officially…show more content…
They are not unwilling to dig dipper into the severity of Human Trafficking. Human trafficking is hidden in plain sight. It takes the community and law enforcement to combat this global issue. Stronger laws IJM strong source!!!!!!!! Find
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