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The Faces of Human Trafficking Public Service Announcement – January 2014

[A series of individuals representing the many faces of human trafficking speak out during the 1-minute public service announcement. Survivors listed in order of appearance.]

Text on screen: Anyone can be a victim of human trafficking

Female Survivor 1: Human trafficking is slavery.

Male Survivor 2: And it happens all over America.

Male Survivor 3: Any child, any woman, any man could potentially become a victim of human trafficking.

Female Survivor 4: I am a victim of labor trafficking.

Male Survivor 3: I was a victim of child sex trafficking, but now I own my body.

Male Survivor 2: Human trafficking is any kind of forced labor.

Female Survivor 5: It can happen to anybody.

Female Survivor 4: I am a mother.

Female Survivor 6: I am an author.

Male Survivor 3: I am a son.

Female Survivor 7: I’m an advocate.

Male Survivor 8: I am an educator.

Female Survivor 5: I’m a sister.

Male Survivor 2: I am a brother.

Female Survivor 6: I’m so much more than what happened to me.

Male Survivor 8: I am strong.

Female Survivor 1: I am brave.

Female Survivor 4: I am outspoken.

Male Survivor 3: I am compassionate.

Male Survivor 8: I am a survivor.

Female Survivor 7: I am a survivor.

Male Survivor 2: I am a survivor.

Survivor 4: I am a survivor.

Male Survivor 3: I am a survivor.

Female Survivor 1: I am a survivor of human trafficking.

[Screen fades to black and a title screen displays: Human trafficking has many faces. A new title screen appears with the following For more information visit: www.ovc.gov/trafficking. It is followed by logos for OVC and OJP.]

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