Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Human trafficking super bowl

  • While Indianapolis businesses prepare to greet thousands of enthusiastic sports fans, local nuns are working make sure the celebration surrounding Super Bowl XLVI doesnt include incidents of human trafficking.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is so concerned that the approaching Super Bowl will bring women and girls sold into sexual slavery that he wants lawmakers to toughen human trafficking laws.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • She has found support in a faith-based community, and she wants to help others caught in the web of human trafficking. With Super Bowl XLVI approaching Indianapolis on Feb.
  • (Tribune-Star)
  • Sister Ann Ozog addressed the advocacy efforts of religious women to curb human trafficking in the social events leading up to the Super Bowl.
  • (MLive.com)
  • has made human trafficking the primary agenda for his term as president of the National Association of Attorneys General. The organization is considering placing an advertisement decrying the problem during this years Super Bowl.
  • (Seattle Times)
  • Here in the U.S. the Indiana and Michagan based Coalition for Corporate Responsibility (CCR) leading the charge against Human Trafficking during the upcoming Super Bowl XLVI.
  • (Washington Times)
  • Th Super Bowl, national conventions, political conventions, sporting events, places that will exploit victims," said Psychiatrist Dr. Chad Koyanagi, from the UH Department of Psychiatry. "Human trafficking in Hawaii is rampant. It is rampant.
  • (KITV.com)
  • GREENWOOD, Ind.
  • (WISH-TV)
  • An Indiana Senate committee was set to consider a bill cracking down on human sex trafficking that legislators hope to get approved before football fans flock to Indianapolis for next months Super Bowl.
  • (WNDU)
  • In fact, the Terre Haute Police Department has officers trained in identifying human trafficking and the victims who will likely come into the Wabash Valley in the days leading up to and including Super Bowl XLVI.
  • (Tribune-Star)

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