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In Pursuit of Possibilities

In an ever-changing world, succeeding in the work of anti-human trafficking needs flexibility and ingenuity - relying on the latest trends, data, and best practices of survivor leaders and organizations to lead our work, thinking out of the box to create the largest impact possible, and understanding strong relationships with collaborative partners are essential to help a victim of human trafficking, truly. And that collaborative approach isn’t complete without YOU.

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Fight to End Exploitation: In the News & Media

This post contains news and media articles that feature the work Fight to End Exploitation has done and will continue to do. This is an ongoing list of articles and will be updated as applicable. 

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FEE News: Announcing the Launch of Our New Website

Our team is so excited to announce our newly launched website that has been designed with you in mind. We know that education is the number one combatant in the fight to end exploitation and we’ve created our website to do just that. Whether you’re a parent, professional, or community member this website serves you on your journey to educate yourself about human trafficking.

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Mel’s Recommended Reading List

Mel, our former Executive Director, has put together a guide to her recommended books to support you on your journey to educate yourself about human trafficking. As a bonus, this list includes more than just books about trafficking.

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Shelter from the Storm: Leading the Fight

In Wisconsin, human trafficking is defined statutorily as any kind of labor or sex act that is induced by force, fraud, or coercion — or any form of manipulation when the person engaging in such acts is under 18. Often driven underground, it is a widespread issue, particularly in Lofy’s backyard. Because of the innovative work of Lofy and his colleagues, the region is also becoming a national example of how to better address and prevent the problem.

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Stopping Human Trafficking: FBI Works with Partners to Get Traffickers Off the Streets

Racine Police Department Investigator Neal Lofy and co-founder of Fight to End Exploitation, who works human trafficking cases for his department and also serves on the local FBI task force, explained the importance of taking a collaborative approach in human trafficking cases and using the FBI’s available resources, such as administrative subpoenas of prostitution websites.

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