Adriane Reesey, director of 1HTC, discusses human trafficking and modern slavery during a gathering at the Florida Keys Children’s Shelter Tuesday, May 8.
Adriane Reesey, director of 1HTC, discusses human trafficking and modern slavery during a gathering at the Florida Keys Children’s Shelter Tuesday, May 8. David Goodhue The Reporter
Adriane Reesey, director of 1HTC, discusses human trafficking and modern slavery during a gathering at the Florida Keys Children’s Shelter Tuesday, May 8. David Goodhue The Reporter

The growing challenge of combating human trafficking

May 12, 2017 09:35 AM

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