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Cause And Effect Of Human Trafficking

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Effects of Human Trafficking
Wanting to start her own sewing business to support her family, Molina was then offered a job in the United States if she left her family to come over. She was forced into working 18 hour days. The other workers were allowed to leave after their shifts. Molina was told not to talk to anyone. She said she was always hungry. Her trafficker used manipulation to keep her as his victim. The U.S State Department says there are 600,000 to 800,000 victims who are trafficked over international borders per year. Human trafficking is a huge problem worldwide. It happens everywhere. Most people don’t realize how easily it happens, and how common it actually is. Human trafficking is a growing problem all over the world, it is a form of modern day slavery, victims are getting targeted, and the victims are affected tremendously.

Modern Day Slavery On Slavery Today they state, “There are an estimated 20.9 Million people trapped in some form of slavery today.” Human trafficking is known as modern day slavery. There are many different types of slavery that people are pulled into. Forced labor, child labor, forced marriage, and sex trafficking are just a few of the more common types of slavery today. Most people have a certain picture in their head of what slavery is. Forced labor is usually what people think of when they think of slavery. Labor trafficking is forced. The victim has no choice in whether or not they want to do the labor. It happens in many
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