WOMEN ON THE FRONT LINES EXPLAIN HOW WE CAN BETTER FIGHT HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Shared Hope International’s Eliza Reock | Photo: Shared Hope

Shared Hope International’s Eliza Reock | Photo: Shared Hope

Opportunity Lives spoke with anti-trafficking advocates in Tennessee, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C. about their views on areas of improvement to combat trafficking and what ordinary citizens can do to alleviate the problem.

Reverend Becca Stevens is the founder of Thistle Farms in Nashville, a community of women who have survived prostitution, trafficking and addiction. They employ more than 50 survivors through their social enterprises, which include a natural body care company, Thistle Stop Café, artisan studio, and global marketplace called Shared Trade.

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