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Photo of the Children's Crusade in May 1963, Birmingham, Alabama.

Human Trafficking Awareness in Birmingham, Alabama

February is National African American History Month.

Look Beneath the Surface: Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery

What the FY 2017 Budget Could Mean for Victims of Human Trafficking

Budget proposal reflects ACF’s ongoing efforts to strengthen services to victims of trafficking and build capacity to implement new legislative authorities enacted in 2014 and 2015.

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Obama Administration Provides Crucial Help to Children, Families, and Communities in FY 2017 Budget

Budget includes increased funding for programs benefiting early childhood development, children and families, communities, Native Americans and agency's interoperability.

Small photo of ACF Region Administrator Bob Garcia speaking at a press conference that was sponsored by the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking.

A Busy Month of Outreach and Education in the San Francisco Bay Area

Raising public awareness to end human trafficking.

Smaller Graphic that reads: Rethink Supply Chains - the tech challenge to fight labor trafficking

$100,000 Awarded to Five Finalists Rising to the Challenge of Fighting Labor Trafficking

New innovations will allow consumers to make ethical shopping choices.

A map of the United States showing locations of potential human trafficking cases.

Victims of Human Trafficking are Increasingly Getting Help and Staying Safe

2015 data released from National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline.

Image of humans with sales tags with an electronic barcode in the background that convey the idea of human trafficking.

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Make a personal commitment to learn more about this issue.

Look Beneath the Surface: Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery

ACF Grant Builds Foundation to Help Victims of Trafficking in Pinal County, Arizona

Coalition ensures that when victims were identified, they were met with kindness, offered safety and basic needs were met.

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