Staying Safe: Tips for LGBTQ for How to Protect Yourself and Your Community from Human Trafficking

Helps LGBTQ youth understand if they or their friends are being trafficked, what puts youth at risk for trafficking, how to protect themselves from exploitation, and where to find help. This guide includes quotes from LGBTQ youth who experienced trafficking that may resonate with at-risk students more than the words of adults. 

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