human trafficking, a voice which screams around America

Today, having the power to speak, I chose to raise voice against humanity trafficking. The world rejoice with every festive coming, the world celebrates every event, the world create beneficiaries and the world has the power to stop this nonsense going on in every corner of the world.

In the U.S., human trafficking tends to occur around international travel-hubs with large immigrant populations, notably California, Texas and Georgia. The U.S. Justice Department estimates that 14,500–17,500 people are trafficked into the country every year. The 2016 Global Slavery Index estimates that including U.S. citizens and immigrants 57,700 people are victims of human trafficking. Those being trafficked include young children, teenagers, men and women and can be domestic citizens or foreign nationals. According to the Department of State’s statistics from 2000, there are approximately 244,000 American children and youth that are at risk for sex trafficking each year.

What about those children there taken as slaves with no future? We do different things to make our standards high but we never look back to those eyes who only need a hand to get out of the living hell on land.

The law will take actions once occurred but we can stop it from happening. We ignore, crimes get advantage, we stand up like a trout, crimes become non existent.

A number of authorities and critics of contemporary anti-prostitution activism have pointed out that the hysteria over human trafficking as conflated with voluntary adult prostitution has all the hallmarks of a moral panic, and indeed closely resembles the white slavery hysteria at the beginning of the 20th century. As is typical in such panics, broad claims are made with insufficient factual support, “horror stories” of victims take the place of research, and legislators rush to enact dangerously broad and vague legislation which infringes on civil rights.

I agree, this our shame that we allow those inhuman creatures in the society to live and slave human live successfully.

Its long gone, that we say to “stop” it ,it’s time to grab this nonsense and kick out. It is easy to sit on your couch, read and watch news about trafficking and make a sad face, coming out in the arena and taking responsibility of this can make things happen.

There are several laws implemented for anti-trafficking, the people are under law and they undergo punishment well and fine but what will happen to the victims?

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services estimated that between 240,000 and 325,000 children are at risk for sexual exploitation each year. Children who are considered runaways are at particular risk of prostitution or of being trafficked into the sex industry. Of the 1,682,900 children who were considered runaways for a period of time in 1999, 71% were considered at risk for prostitution. 1,700 of those reported actually engaging in sexual activity in exchange for money.

We voice for the innocent lives that are exploited. And it is a shame that people entertain this thing celebrating going to brothels.

The federal government has set up a National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline (1-888-373-7888). The hotline answers questions and responds to crises in up to 170 languages. and provides materials in over 20 languages. Since 2007, the hotline has received over 60,000 calls. Callers include victims of human trafficking seeking services, as well as individuals and organizations seeking information about human trafficking. Twenty-five states have mandated certain types of businesses to post a hotline. Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Tennessee have their own hotline while the others use the national hotline.

We are ready to complain about everything going wrong, we shout, we scream, why don’t we do the needful change required to stop these complains?

We do never need to change, we just need to be the change.

by Israt Yasmin, The Blogging Connection