Sex trafficking is a bigger issue than you think, says Toshia Shaw, a behavioral health professional who has been working with victims of the crime for several years.
“We all have a responsibility as citizens – ethical citizens – to open our eyes, see what’s going on, report things that just out of place that doesn’t seem right.”
And Shaw knows all too well the devastating effects sex trafficking can have on victims.
“It can from school of hard knocks. I am myself a survivor of sex trafficking. But it happened to me as an adult,” she says.