Fastest Growing Global Industry: Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking: It’s the world’s fastest growing industry, second only to the illegal drug trade and tied for 2nd place with illegal arms dealing. Human trafficking is an epidemic that infects virtually every community in the United States. An estimated 1.2 million children fall prey to sex trafficking each year, the average age of entry for girls being only 12-14 years old. I invite you to take a few moments to watch this brief introduction about the basics of sex trafficking.

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Because this horrible crime impacts so many children and families, I will explore other aspects of trafficking in future blogs. If you have any questions about human trafficking, please send me a note in the response box below and I will do my best to gather information for you.


Working to improve the world one child at a time, Ginger has made it her life mission to raise awareness of the world-wide epidemic of child abuse. An impassioned child advocate, trainer, speaker and child forensic interviewer, Ginger can be contacted via her website “Ginger Kadlec: 4UrKids™” at or find her on Facebook at

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