Aug 06, 2015

Human trafficking draws attention during Super Bowl, but it's a year-long, worldwide problem | NOLA.com

WASHINGTON -- Sunday's Super Bowl is helping bring congressional attention to the problem of human trafficking -- forcing people, many of whom are children, into the sex trade and labor markets. Demand for sex services at the Super Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.,  increases, but there's also an uptick for other big events, say victims' advocates. They portray trafficking as a year-round problem...

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