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Human Trafficking Is Happening In Your Daily Life

Sara Lerner

Whether it's domestic servitude somewhere in your neighborhood, restaurant workers being exploited, or agriculture workers sending produce to your farmer's market or grocery store, Kathleen Morris says human trafficking is happening in your daily life. She's the program manager for the Washington Anti–Trafficking Response Network. WARN covers the entire state and offers services to human trafficking victims. Here, she explains what you can watch for.