If you or someone you know is victim of sex trafficking, the National Human Trafficking Hotline is available. The number is 888-373-7888. You can also text the word “HELP” to 233733.
Brenda Myers-Powell is the founder of the Dreamcatcher Foundation, which fights to end human trafficking in Chicago, and is the author of the new book Leaving Breezy Street: A Memoir. She joined The 21st to discuss her experiences being sex trafficked, her life as a sex worker and how she’s overcome it to help others today.
Founder of the Dreamcatcher Foundation which fights to end human trafficking in Chicago and author of the new book Leaving Breezy Street: A Memoir
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