Trafficking Survivor Calls on U.S. Government to Invest in Victim Services
• • ATEST • United States
On June 22, 2014, the Lexington Herald-Leader published an op-ed by Margeaux Gray, artist and survivor advocate. Margeaux reflected on the number of missed opportunities by medical professionals, teachers, and Child Protective Services to identify her as a victim of human trafficking. She highlighted steps we can take to strengthen the identification and rehabilitation of survivors in the United States: stop treating victims as criminals and invest in victim services.
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