Victims of human trafficking can be any age, gender, race, or immigration status; they live in cities, suburbs, and rural areas. Human traffickers relentlessly canvass ways to take advantage of people who find themselves in circumstances of extreme adversity or violence, experience discrimination, economic vulnerability, or dependence. Communities that experience some of these hardships may be particularly vulnerable to human trafficking.
This summer the Blue Campaign introduced a new phase of its national campaign to raise awareness of the full reach of this crime and promote new and innovative web-based educational resources to reach all communities across the U.S.
This new campaign appears on billboards, at bus stops, bus shelters, on digital screens; and inside buses, rail cars, and subway cars in the following cities:
Help spread the word about populations that are vulnerable to human trafficking. Available in English and Spanish.