“11 Facts About Human Trafficking.” DoSomething.org | Volunteer for Social Change. N.p., n.d.
Web. 19 Jan. 2017.
This Source gives 11 facts that should be known about human trafficking. This source is helpful because it gives you the fast simple facts.
Ballerstädt, Kay-Olaf. “Human Trafficking – Research and Measurement.” Human Trafficking –
Research and Measurement Alfred-Weber-Institut Für Wirtschaftswissenschaften –
Universität Heidelberg. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
This article includes information on how teens and the younger youth are targeted in the world human trafficking. Also explains how to avoid falling into the wrong crowd, relationship, or just being in the wrong place at the wrong time. There is also more information included within the webpage that includes a hotline number so you can speak to someone who has been through the same situation as you or someone who can possibly help out.
Clodo639. “Teen Sex Trafficking Victim Tells Her Story.” YouTube. YouTube, 25 Feb. 2016.
Web. 19 Jan. 2017.
This is an interview about a human trafficking victim named Bianca who was pulled into the world of human trafficking by a guy name Shy met on Instagram because of his cool tattoo photos he posted. After connecting with this guy name Shy she becomes a victim in a blink of an eye. This source is helpful because it gives us the viewpoint of the victim that has been trafficked which also makes the source very accurate because it is coming at first hand.
“Common Sex Trafficking Language.” Shared Hope International. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“End Human Trafficking.” The White House. The United States Government, a.n.d. Web.
13 Jan. 2017.
In this video our previous president Barack Obama talks about way we can justify justice to those seeking in help as well as trying to stop this violent action that’s worldwide .While he’s against the human trafficking he makes great points of why America should all be aging this. As he says “it’s not right”. And many may agree with this.
“How Can Human Trafficking Still Exist? Answers to Viewers’ Questions.” PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 24
“Human Rights Commission.” What Is Human Trafficking? | Human Rights Commission. N.p.,
n.d. Web. 19 Jan. 2017.
This website is about giving people the understanding on “What is human trafficking?”
And really breaking it down.This source is really helpful because after reading it I understood what human trafficking is and what makes it human trafficking. This source was really useful because it helped my group understand the definition of human trafficking before we could move on with the project.
“Human Trafficking In America.” Psychology Today. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“Human Trafficking: The Lives Bought and Sold.” BBC News. BBC, 28 July 2015. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“Human Trafficking: Why Does It Still Exist.” Barbara Amaya Award Winning Author,
Advocate,Trainer, Speaker and Survivor. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
The text is about why human trafficking still exist and why it thrives in the United states but not only the states but around the world. The purpose of this text is to tell people that these are the factors that contribute to human trafficking still existing and by knowing these factors we can help stop human trafficking from existing and thriving. This source was really helpful because it answers my research question but also goes with my definition essay. I believe the accuracy of this source is on point because it’s from a viewpoint of someone who has been a victim of human trafficking.
“Human Trafficking: Why Slavery Still Exists.” International Business Times UK. N.p., 06 June 2016.
Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“Know the Language of Human Trafficking: A Glossary of Sex Trafficking Terms.” In Public Safety.
N.p., 02 Aug. 2016. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
Lin, Sara. “Law Enforcement Lines Up Against Human Trafficking Bill.” Civil Beat News. Civil Beat
News, 14 Dec. 2012. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“News.” An Interview About Surviving Human Trafficking: Margeaux Gray. N.p., n.d. Web. 13
Jan. 20. 2017.
In this Q&A Interview by Margeaux Gray who is a survivor of child abuse and sex trafficking she answers detailed questions and answers with informative detail on what is was like. Now today she advocates against all forms of abuse and is good at it because she was once in that position.
Press, Tresa Baldas Detroit Free. “Human Trafficking a Growing Crime in the U.S.” USA Today.
Gannett Satellite Information Network, 22 Jan. 2012. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“Psychological and Physical Effects Of Sex Trafficking On Its Victims.” Psychology Of Crime In The
News. N.p., 12 Dec. 2010. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“Psychological Tactics Used by Human Traffickers.” Psychology Today. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
Polaris Project.”Human Trafficking: It Happens Here.” YouTube. YouTube, 14 Apr. 2015. Web.
19 Jan. 2017.
This video is about how there are many people in the U.S. and globally that are affected by human trafficking but also the tactics traffickers use to keep their victims. This source is helpful because it gives a visual sense of what human trafficking might be like. The accuracy of this source is good because it’s from a known hotline of human trafficking called Polaris.
“Rob Portman.” Portman Continues to Combat Human Trafficking – Press Releases – Newsroom
– Rob Portman. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
This article is about Senate Portman who is trying to figure out ways that will benefit the traffic actions that’s going around the world today he has many suggestions in plans for further actions that may continue to happen he has combat that will hopefully create a worldwide hope for this to be nonexistent he prays and hopes it will be no more human trafficking around the world because he cares so much and wants to do’s stuff including inventions,. and go to find the people who is making these children do the stuff. However in order for this to happen then you have to participate in this article explains his plan.
“Sex Trafficking Exists, Here in America.” CNN. Cable News Network, n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
This article was about two teenage girls who have been trafficked at young ages. It also lets us know about the different act that are composed to help those in danger. For example they listed, The Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act (JVTA) also, The Stop Exploitation Through Trafficking Act (SETT). This source was helpful because in the stories they talked about the effects that trafficking had on these girl, which goes great with the first part of our research question. I will be using this article to footnote in my narrative essay.This was a great article on Human trafficking because it lets us know that the Whole U.S. is not overlooking human trafficking.
Staff, ETonline. “Angelina Jolie Speaks Up for the Women Victims of Human Trafficking.”
Entertainment Tonight. ETOnline, 08 May 2014. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
In This interview Angelina Jolie states she against human trafficking and the victims who not only chose to be in that Environment but who is forced, women and children have as much rights as to free she specifically states “women don’t have the right to have an education and that they feel that they can get away with this kind of behavior, and that it’s fine to just take a woman and sell a woman or abuse a woman or rape a woman.” She speaks on the behalf of women because she’s a women herself and majority it’s usually women or children held in these situations.
“Tara Roach – Why Does Sex Trafficking Persist?” Master of Development Practice. N.p., n.d. Web.
24 Jan. 2017.
“The ‘5 Disguises’ Used by Human Traffickers.” CNN. Cable News Network, n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
The Loss of Freedom: Different Types of Human Trafficking.” The Borgen Project. N.p., 04
July 2016. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
In this Blog The Loss Freedom: Different Types of Human Trafficking gives the readers some type of knowledge of the different types of human trafficking. That human trafficking is not just one thing but it made up of many things. This source is helpful because it gives definition of each type of trafficking which can tie into a definition essay but the whole project as well.
“Tobey Leung.” Tobey Leung RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
Tucker, Maxim. “Sex, Lies and Psychological Scars: Inside Ukraine’s Human Trafficking Crisis | Maxim
Tucker.” Modern-day Slavery in Focus. Guardian News and Media, 04 Feb. 2016.
Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
This article is about a Dr., Dr.Olga Milinchuk, who opened up a rehabilitation center for women who have escaped sex trafficking. They are men and women of all ages. It talks about how many people she has talked to, which is about 2,000 people. 95% of them are victims. This Article would be great to use in my Narrative to use the Dr. figure and help the victims in my story.
Vision, Women Of. “Sex Trafficking of Americans: The Girls Next Door.” Women of Vision. N.p., 02
June 2011. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.
“What Is Sex Trafficking?” Shared Hope International. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
This website just sums up the statistics of human trafficking but also talks about the victim, trafficker and the buyer. Also talks about the ages that enter human trafficking especially sex trafficking and the ways traffickers get the victims. The purpose of this is to bring awareness to human trafficking but also trying to look for signs of trafficking or help. This source is helpful because it gives numbers to human trafficking which can be catching to the eye. Also give us the way traffickers can go after victims and their strategies. This source helpful because it provides a statistic to human trafficking which can be used in an essay or for a website or video. The accuracy and quality of this source is good because it is an organization of human trafficking only.
“When Love Wins: How Human Trafficking Survivor Elisia Lopez Reunited with Son Nahko Bear.”
Criepi. N.p., 04 Jan. 2017. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.
This article is about a woman who is reunited with her son after she has been trafficked. It talks a lot about her experience from when it all started. When she was first raped to and her mom knew about it. It also talks about her experience with having a baby and having to give him up for adoption because she was only 13 in the 9th grade. She was going from foster home to foster home every couple years because they simply didn’t want her or because she was being abused. I am going to be using this in my Narrative essay to footnote because it was a very moving story.
“Why Trafficking Exists.” #StopThisTraffic. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2017.