Human Trafficking: From Awareness to Action

ANA Senior Project Consultant Michelle Sauve recently represented ACF at a listening session on human trafficking of American Indian and Alaska Natives led by the U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and hosted by the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center. About 20 people gathered to talk about how American Indian youth and adults are being exploited and to address the “zones of impunity” that allow traffickers to exploit individuals through sex or labor trafficking and escape detection and/or prosecution. Read more about her experience in the ACF Family Room blog post: From Awareness to Action.