Independent Learning Library
Leaders are learners. There is hardly anything more detrimental to a movement than an uninformed advocate.
This Independent Learning Library is a growing collection of resources to help on your journey toward becoming a well-informed advocate so you can join us more effectively in the fight to end human trafficking. If you’re looking for specific ways to get invovled, check out our volunteer opportunities.
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Dr. Nadine Burke Harris explains ACES
Ashton Kutcher on Human Trafficking before Congress
Human Trafficking Overview
Wanna be a Human Trafficking Advocate But Haven’t Been Involved Yet? Let’s Get Started
6 Types of Human Trafficking
Signs of Human Trafficking
Wisconsin Human Trafficking Statutes
Survivor Story: Reality of Human Trafficking
Hero Flight Attendant Saves Girl From Human Trafficking
Infographic: Overlooking Trafficking
Teens are being sold for sex, but you can help stop it
Shelter from the Storm:
Sold in America
Domestic & Sexual Violence Intersections with Trafficking
Human Trafficking and Domestic Workers
Human Trafficking in Massage Parlors
Now We Know
How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime
Human trafficking is all around you. This is how it works
Escaping the Pain of Human Trafficking
I was human trafficked for 10 years. We can do more to stop it
Tools that Teach: What is Human Trafficking?
Introducing Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants
Wisconsin Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation Indicator and Response Guide
Reports of Child Sex Trafficking Allegations & Substantiations to Child Protective Services
How Traffickers Lure Victims & Why Victims Stay…Or Leave