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January and February 2022 are national months of recognition for the following type of power-based personal violence, which adversely impact individuals, groups, and communities across our nation and world:

January 2022 marks the 11th annual National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. It is a time to raise awareness about the different forms of human trafficking and educate communities on how to identify & respond to it. According to the Attorney General of Texas (2021), there are approximately 234,000 victims of labor trafficking in Texas at any given time, and approximately 79,000 victims of youth and minor sex trafficking in Texas at any given time. 

The resources below are available to help you build your knowledge about this commonly occurring crime in the month of January and throughout the year.

Unbound Waco supports survivors and resources our community to fight human trafficking. To learn more, please visit unboundwaco.org.

Unbound Waco supports survivors and resources our community to fight human trafficking. To learn more, please visit unboundwaco.org.

Unbound Waco supports survivors and resources our community to fight human trafficking. To learn more, please visit unboundwaco.org.

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