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  • Indigenous women and girls are being exploited by gangs and other predators with little being done to stop it. The Globe investigates. An eleven part series.

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  • Girls are recruited in various ways — at school, on Instagram, at the mall. Most continue to live at home while carrying out sex work at local motels or condominiums. According to police, human trafficking doesn't have to involve the crossing of a border. Any forced recruitment, confinement or tran

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  • Barbara Amaya ran away at the age of 12 after being abused by family members. She was taken in on the streets of Washington, DC by a couple who seemed nice, but ended up selling her into human trafficking. She was used for months and then sold to a man named Moses who took her to New York and contin

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  • I'm sharing my story because I want Canadians to understand that sex trafficking is happening here in Canada and I want parents to understand the danger that their daughters could be in -- right in their own neighbourhoods -- or in my case, the local rec center.

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    • Posted By: Joy Smith Foundation - Huffpost Living
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