1.2 MILLION CHILDREN ARE TRAFFICKED EVERY YEAR. IS ANYBODY LISTENING?
Oree Freeman was 11-years-old when she became a victim of the sex trade. After four years she was able to leave that life with the help of Jim Carson of the Orangewood Children’s Foundation. She has since graduated from high school and is currently attending college.
Coming from a broken home, Freeman said she was raped at 10-years-old and ran away from home. She was groomed by the time she was 11, falling into a vicious cycle between going to juvenile hall and falling back into sex trafficking.
In an effort to help fight the crime of human trafficking a film about Oree Freeman was created by our friends from @26 Seconds in order to to raise awareness for law enforcement. Freeman says the collaboration with authorities to bring about change is critical. She also says it takes a community effort to help fight the issue by looking out for young girls who are victims of the industry and are forced into it. PLEASE LIKE, COMMENT AND SHARE!
You can also donate and help the group and its director and Kelly Galindo to complete the feature film: https://26seconds.wedid.it/campaigns/7974-26-seconds-doc
***For victim assistance, call the CSP Victim Assistance program at 949-250-4058 or call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888.
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