The Twin Cities is among the nation's 13 largest centers for sex trafficking of children. In a concerted effort to combat this disturbing trend, business and nonprofit leaders, law enforcement, prosecutors, advocates, and private funders are working to design a field-leading intervention model to eliminate the sex trafficking of Minnesota girls. Cutting-edge programs - like the women's Foundation of Minnesota's MN Girls Are Not For Sale campaign and Carlson's training protocol to help Radisson Hotel employees spot and report trafficking activities - are leading the way in this fight.
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