We Can Bring an End to Human Trafficking
- Trafficking Hell
- Elam Featured in World Day Against Trafficking In Persons
- Elam Featured in United States DoD Series "Survivor Voices of Human Trafficking"
- Elam Speaks On Applying Gender-Sensitive Lens to Effectively Tackle Trafficking
- Elam Honored With Senatorial Citation
- PRESS RELEASE - The Task Force Expands Into the University of South Florida
- Elam Appointed to the International Survivors of Trafficking Advisory Council (ISTAC)
- PRESS RELEASE - Task Force Receives Sizable Donations
- Jerome Elam: The Story of a Child Abused and Trafficked
- #Unscripted with @ShelleyZalis featuring Jerome Elam
WE MUST EDUCATE OURSELVES
“The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by
those who watch them without doing anything” – Albert Einstein
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Numbers Say It All
The United Nations describes human trafficking as “recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining a person for compelled labor or commercial sex acts through the use of force, fraud, or coercion.” Here are just some of the staggering numbers that drive alongside human trafficking:
The Average Age of a Victim of Child Sex Trafficking
$150,000 to $200,000
Amount a Pimp Makes per Child (Average Pimp Solicits 4 to 6 Victims at a Time)
Total Market Value of Illicit Human Trafficking
The number of children who may be at risk of being prostituted in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
1 in 7
The number of endangered runaways, reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, who were likely sex trafficking victims.
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Hidden America: Chilling New Look at Sex Trafficking in the US
The Unseen Victims: Males
Historically, women have been identified as the overwhelming majority of victims of human trafficking but recent studies have shown male victims of trafficking have been severely overlooked. In a 2008 study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, of those who were sexually exploited in New York, fifty percent of victims were found to be boys from the United States, being trafficked domestically. Until now anti-trafficking organizations have been focused on female victims but that tide is now starting to turn. Male victims have become the invisible population.
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I was sexually abused by paedo ring for 7 years -- they killed my friend & I only got out by attempting suicide at 12 -- it was "trafficking hell" "The first time I was trafficked, I was given drugs and alcohol, handcuffed in a truck stop bathroom and molested by...
Elam Featured in World Day Against Trafficking In PersonsI am incredibly honored to have my story as a survivor of child sex trafficking featured by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime as a part of the United Nations World Day Against Trafficking Campaign. I...
Elam Featured by the United States Department of Defense in "Survivor Voices" Series Jerome Elam, President and CEO of Trafficking in America Task Force, was featured by the United States Department of Defense Combating Trafficking in Persons Program Management Office...
Elam Speaks On Applying Gender-Sensitive Lens to Effectively Tackle Trafficking Jerome Elam, President and CEO of Trafficking in America Task Force, was incredibly honored to be both a speaker at the online public event launch of and contributor to the Occasional...