“I had no idea that Atlanta was such a hub for sex trafficking…,” these words came forth from Jasmine Guy during a recent interview on HLN in which she shed some light on the human traffic epidemic happening here in our communities. While you might remember her from the television show “A Different World,” these days Jasmine Guy is taking steps to change the world.
Young girls at the average age of 12 are being trafficked at an alarming rate. As the spokesperson for the “I Am Not Yours” campaign Jasmine is using her voice to bring about awareness on an issue that hits closer to home than you may have thought. Take a look at the video below:
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BMWK — What are your thoughts on the issue of human trafficking impacting our community? How are you ensuring your children don’t become victims?
The sad part about sex trafficing is that black women are being exploited is every sense of society.For example music videos.Have you seen any lately people have been so desensitized. The problem is morality the sex trafficers are feeding a demand that’s getting worse and worse. Young girls are getting caught up on this fantasy life that only leads to death.