Combating Trafficking: Native Youth Toolkit on Human Trafficking

Offers culturally sensitive information to Native American youth on human trafficking, ways to protect themselves and their friends, staying safe online, and fighting trafficking in the community. The toolkit describes where trafficking happens, and why it is hard to leave, and offers social media resources for American Indian and Alaska Native youth.

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Office of Trafficking in Persons, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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