#sextrafficking | The Fight Against Human Trafficking: Finding Consensus in Polarized Times | #tinder | #pof | #match

Ken Oliver, senior director of engagement and Right on Immigration, left, and Andrew Brown, Distinguished Senior Fellow of Child and Family Policy, right, with the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

As Election Day approaches, the polarization of our political climate has been on full display. It’s easy to fall victim to the temptation to lose hope that our increasingly divided electorate will ever be able to reach consensus on many of the most challenging issues faced by our nation. Yet, as Americans, we are united by our passion for justice and have always demonstrated an incredible capacity for putting differences aside to unite in opposition to the victimization and exploitation of the most vulnerable. Nowhere is that better demonstrated than in the response to the evil of human trafficking.

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