ASU Insight: Our Children Are Not For Sale - St. Paul
On Monday, June 29, 2015, The McCain Institute joined a discussion about combating child sex trafficking in the United States. We discussed current legislation and new technology trends that aim to prevent trafficking. Child sex trafficking is happening in cities across the United States. Many of these girls are abducted or lured by pimps and traffickers at bus stops, shelters, outside schools and through social media. By working together, we can help combat child sex trafficking in the United States and protect our vulnerable children. Thank you for joining us to discuss how we can accomplish that goal.
Amy Klobuchar, U.S. Senator
Cindy McCain, The McCain Institute's Chair of the Human Trafficking Advisory Council
Audrey Roofeh, Polaris Project, Director of Advisory Services
Malika Saada Saar, Executive Director of Rights4Girls
Staca Shehan, Director of Case Analysis Division at NCMEC