Vision Statement

Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now desires to create a community that actively works towards abolishing Human Trafficking locally and globally.

WRAL Human Trafficking Series: Part I – Human Trafficking Explained

Human trafficking is an often discussed but frequently misunderstood topic mired in myths and complexity. What trafficking looks like, who its victims are how they are exploited can vary, and the truth of it may not be what you expect. Put simply, human trafficking is the commercial exploitation of individuals for labor or sex. This exploitation can take many forms, and its victims come from all backgrounds and walks of life. What they share, however, are vulnerabilities – wants or needs, be it physical, financial, emotional or otherwise, which traffickers exploit through force, fraud or coercion.

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Upcoming Events

November 14, 2019
  • Protecting Children in a Digital Age

    November 14, 2019
    Huntsville, AL, USA

    Learn about the technology that our youth are using and the role that it plays in their lives to create better understanding and open up meaningful communication. Increase awareness of opportunities to protect and connect with children while also gathering valuable information to mitigate threats posed by individuals who seek to exploitation. REGISTER HERE.

Recent Posts

PCBRACE 2019 – Pam Strickland, founder and CEO of NC Stop Human Trafficking -   Check out the most recent podcast episode of PCBRACE2019. TEDI BEAR CAC Community Educator Bonnie Jean Kuras and NC ...
PCBRACE2019 – August Edition – Resources for Immigrants with Leah Arnold of the Battered Immigrants Project - Check out the most recent podcast episode of PCBRACE2019. TEDI BEAR CAC Community Educator Bonnie Jean Kuras and NC Stop Human Trafficking Community ...
Win for Anti-Human Trafficking Movement in N.C.: H.B. 198 Passes General Assembly - The General Assembly passed House Bill 198: Human Trafficking Commission Recommendations and is now awaiting the signature of Gov. Roy ...
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