Human Trafficking Opponents Focus Efforts Around Auto Show
It's the gritty underbelly of the Auto Show, but it happens each year. The numbers on backpage.com reveal the sad truth that human trafficking is on the rise once again. That's why one survivor from Birmingham is in town. She's cleaning up the dirty business with soap and a bit of love. WWJ's Kathryn Larson has part one of her series.
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