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Human Trafficking PowerPoint Presentation

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Human Trafficking PowerPoint Presentation

  1. 1. How much are YOU worth?Presented by:Ethan BrowningMarcus Biggs
  2. 2.  Human Trafficking = the act of tricking, luring, or forcing a person into leaving their home to work for little or no payment. Modern day slavery. People are bought, sold, and traded.
  3. 3.  Tricked ◦ Promised a “better life” ◦ “Help” immigrating Lured ◦ Fake jobs ◦ No negative aspects Forced ◦ Kidnapped ◦ Beaten ◦ Raped
  4. 4.  Prostitution ◦ Brothels Forced labor ◦ Sweat shops ◦ Commercial agricultural ◦ Domestic situations ◦ Construction sites
  5. 5.  Rarely fed, washed, no medical attention Beaten, raped, drugged. Passports confiscated Fear
  6. 6.  Human Trafficking is EVERYWHERE, even in the U.S. The following video demonstrates how common this is in our own country. http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/h uman-trafficking-is-a-massive- industry/7ef7e4d7623be4b8b7337ef7e4d76 23be4b8b733-1601449558864
  7. 7.  Everyone. Women and children. Poor.
  8. 8.  27 million people worldwide!!! Second largest criminal industry worldwide. $12 billion a YEAR
  9. 9.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q7uboM dv6o
  10. 10.  Buying for freedom Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) – October 2000 ◦ Step in the right direction, but not enough Non-profit organizations.
  11. 11.  Get educated on the issue! Be aware! Get involved in the fight against Human Trafficking!
  12. 12.  Dean, M. (2008). Sold in Japan: Human Trafficking for sexual exploitation. Japanese Studies, 28 (2), 165-178. doi:10.1080/10371390802249065 Human Trafficking. [Video]. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q7uboMdv6o Human Trafficking is a massive industry. [Video]. (2007). Retrieved from http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/human- trafficking-is-a-massive- industry/7ef7e4d7623be4b8b7337ef7e4d7623be4b8b733- 1601449558864 Masci, D. (2004). Human trafficking and slavery. CQ Researcher, 14, 273-296. Retrieved from CQ Researcher Online database. (2004032600)

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