Human Trafficking in the U.S. part 2 - 2:39
with Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-MI)
Posted Mar 20, 2017
Sixty percent of youths who are sex trafficked in the United States are in foster care, are homeless, or surrounded by drug abuse. A discussion on a bipartisan effort in Congress to tackle domestic trafficking of women and children. An interview with Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan and Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues. Click here for part 1 of Human Trafficking in the U.S. Visit Rep. Brenda Lawrence on the web, on Facebook, or follow on Twitter.
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