Lady Truth Good Launches Public Awareness Campaign against Human Trafficking
Human trafficking or modern-day slavery is a serious public healthcare issue that affects people of all ethnicities, social groups, age groups, and genders.
By: Lady Truth Good
The campaign is set to sensitize and alert as many Americans as possible of the dangers of human trafficking on vulnerable people and that of the society at large. This campaign will leverage the nation's focus on human trafficking and modern slavery to help curb this growing menace.
Expressing the need for urgent actions against this illicit activity, Lady Truth Good said that she is a survivor of human trafficking. "I am a survivor of human trafficking and have first-hand experiences with this personal and public safety issue," Lady Truth Good said. "This is an undeniably alarming issue of our modern society. We can't continue to fold our arms and watch this evil act as it causes unrepairable socio-economic damages to human lives and our society. It is time to fight against human trafficking because it is an inhuman act that affects ALL of us directly or indirectly."
According to the National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking released by the White House on December 03, 2021, an estimated 25 million people are subjected to human trafficking and forced labor, globally. This accounts for an estimated $150 billion annually in illicit profits, eroding the safety, health, and fundamental human rights of the victims who are mostly the most vulnerable in society.
The Action Plan went further to emphasize the importance of collaborations among government, non-government organizations, and individuals as a core component of its framework for effective prevention of human trafficking, calling upon agencies of the U.S. government and beyond to synergize anti-trafficking efforts at both the national and international levels.
"The National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking is grounded in an integrated federal response to human trafficking. It emphasizes the importance of collaboration across government when investing resources in anti-trafficking policies and programs." reports The National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking, December 2021.
Lady Truth Good is calling on all well-meaning individuals, governmental and non-governmental agencies across the United States and beyond to actively participate in the 2022 National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month marked every January in the United States and on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on January 11th.
For more information on Lady Truth Good's public awareness campaign against human trafficking, visit www.ladytruthgood.com or email her at ladytruth.realtruecom@
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