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Friday, September 4, 2015

Sex trafficking common in Midwest


The Fond du Lac Reporter carried a front page article about Theresa Flores’ traumatic experience of being trafficked from her own home as a high school student in an upscale Detroit neighborhood. She was in Fond du Lac on August 8th for the Community Church’s Second Annual Human Trafficking Conference. “It can happen to anyone,” she said. She launched a S.O.A. P. project to reach victims with information about where they can get help. 

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