Raleigh Sadler: Rethinking Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is not just about sex workers. As Raleigh Sadler, founder of Let My People Go, tells Warren Cole Smith on today’s BreakPoint podcast, sex trafficking is the exploitation of the vulnerable for commercial gain. It can involve trafficking people for labor, for their organs, and yes for pornography and prostitution. What can we do?  First, be aware of how our consumption habits aid human trafficking. Second, be open to identifying and loving the most vulnerable in our communities.

Warren Cole Smith originally conducted this interview with Raleigh Sadler for “Listening In,” a weekly program of WORLD News Group. To learn more about “Listening in,” go to  www.wng.org/listeningin.

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