Modern-Day Slavery 

The dirty business of sex trafficking in the Mid-South.

Slavery was legally abolished when the 13th Amendment was signed into the United States Constitution in 1865. However, 150 years later, nearly 21 million people around the world — 5.5 million under the age of 18 — are still being trafficked for…

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