Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of an estimated 21 million men, women, and children globally. Victims of sex or labor trafficking in the United States include individuals coerced into in the commercial sex trade, domestic workers threatened with severe abuse in a home, agricultural workers held by violence or debt, and more. Each one of these victims deserves our support. And each one has a different story to tell.
America's Daughters is a powerful piece of spoken word written and performed by a female survivor of sex trafficking. Through her words, we gain a brief glimpse into the unbelievable exploitation so many people have endured while yearning for what we all need: love. This woman's brave decision to speak out also demonstrates the remarkable resilience of the survivors Polaris Project serves every day.
Produced and Directed by: William Caballero and Kate Keisel
Edited by: William Caballero: www.wilcab.com
A special thanks to all the Polaris Project New Jersey team, volunteers and survivors who made this possible