Business Seeks to End Human Trafficking

Ashleigh Chapman, president and CEO of the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration and Justice, is working to combat human trafficking in Wyoming and throughout the country as a client housed at UW’s Wyoming Technology Business Center. (Ashleigh Chapman Photo)

A client of the University of Wyoming’s business incubator for just under a year has been searching for the solution to accelerate the end of human trafficking nationwide. According to a release from the University, the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice has been shining a light on the problem of human trafficking, which is estimated to be a $150 billion industry annually. This UW housed business launched the Every Day Heroes Challenge last month to engage everyday people to become heroes against this scourge through the completion of a one-hour online course. 

This heat map, created by the National Human Trafficking Hotline, shows where human trafficking occurs in the United States. (Map courtesy of the National Human Trafficking Hotline)

The campaign seeks to get 1 million people to take the free offering thereby earning their online Human Trafficking Awareness badge so citizens can move from awareness to action. This course will give people the knowledge to spot signs of the crime. For more information on the campaign or the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice, follow this link

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