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Providing trafficking victims with a second chance at life during the season of Thanksgiving


Human trafficking is a grim reality that not only victimizes the vulnerable but also perpetuates a cycle where victims may be hit with collateral consequences, expanding the web of exploitation. Beyond prosecuting traffickers, a crucial aspect of addressing this issue lies in providing a pathway for rehabilitation and reintegration for survivors. Even after surviving abuse, victims of labor and sex trafficking are often left with limited financial resources, damaged reputations, or even criminal records.


Breaking the chain of exploitation demands a compassionate approach, recognizing the complex journey survivors navigate. That's why in this time of thankfulness, CPAC's Center for Combating Human Trafficking is focusing its efforts on supporting our partners on the front lines playing a pivotal role in rescuing victims and dismantling criminal networks. The dedication of law enforcement and victims' advocates not only saves lives but also contributes to dismantling the structures that perpetuate human trafficking. Expressing thankfulness for these efforts is paramount, as their work fosters a society where survivors can find healing, and the collective fight against trafficking is strengthened. Join us in our efforts to lift up the voices of victims and hold traffickers accountable at our new home on CPAC.Org.

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