April 3, 20230

Stop human sex trafficking!

It is so vitally important that we be in the know and have knowledge in this area that continues to grow strategically.

In support of my sister, Faith Heath follow her, get acquainted and support her in her efforts of shedding light. She is open to visit your women groups, organization, church ministry groups, etc. where she can give important information of awareness. Sisters please see the attached flyer. Copy, share it and use it for continued information. Help save a girls life.


  •  200,000-300,000 minors are trafficked each year 20.9 million globally
  • 40.4 % of the human trafficked victims are African Americans

(4 times higher than the percentage of African Americans in the United States 13.1%)

  • 53 % of the prostitution related arrests in the United States are African American youth under the age of 18 years of age• 94% of sex trafficking victims are female
  • More than 62% of the confirmed suspects of human trafficking are African American men
  • 81% of the johns or purchasers are White or Caucasian men

The following are other important statistical education on this subject!

“Human trafficking, also known as trafficking in persons, is a crime that involves compelling or coercing a person to provide labor or services, or to engage in commercial sex acts. The coercion can be subtle or overt, physical or psychological.  Exploitation of a minor for commercial sex is human trafficking, regardless of whether any form of force, fraud, or coercion was used.”


“Victims can be found in legal and illegal labor industries, including child care, elder care, the drug trade, massage parlors, nail and hair salons, restaurants, hotels, factories, and farms. In some cases, victims are hidden behind doors in domestic servitude in a home. Others are in plain view, interact with people on a daily basis, and are forced to work under extreme circumstances in exotic dance clubs, factories, or restaurants. Victims can be exploited for commercial sex in numerous contexts, including on the street, in illicit massage parlors, cantinas, brothels, or through escort services and online advertising. Trafficking situations can be found across the United States.”

The information is gathered from,

Sisters supporting sisters ❤️

Vicki L Kemp


Vicki L. Kemp

Wife, Mother, Evangelist, Author, Teacher, Administrator, Encourager, Founder of Harvest of Hope Educational Service, and an amazing and loyal Friend.

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