Teens Learn to Help Sex Trafficking Victims

A group of eager and outspoken students from The Friends School of Baltimore are stepping up to fight for young people who are trapped in the business of sex trafficking.

Molly Doyle, a Friends School faculty member, says she felt compelled to enlighten the Upper School students about the facts of sex trafficking, despite being told that the students weren’t mature enough to handle such a topic.  The students proved they not only understood the problem, but also the need to work to raise awareness in the hopes of helping trafficking victims.

Learn more at Shane Rabinowitz’s ABC 2 News article: The Fight to End Modern Day Slavery.

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