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Blue Campaign Needs Your Help to #EndTrafficking

Resources cover topics that range from protecting yourself against the grooming tactics of traffickers to educating frontline workers.

For the remainder of National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, Blue Campaign is highlighting resources you can use to help #EndTrafficking. The Campaign will share a variety of resources on social media (@DHSBlueCampaign on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram) for the public and specific professions, including convenience store employees, law enforcement, and adults who work with youth. The resources cover topics that range from protecting yourself against the grooming tactics of traffickers to educating frontline workers on how to recognize and respond to suspected trafficking.

Check out all of Blue Campaign’s free awareness and educational resources below. Share them online, in your workplace and community, and with friends and family to help raise awareness of this crime. We need your help to #EndTrafficking.

Tag Blue Campaign on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram using @DHSBlueCampaign. Each month we share content you can distribute on your social channels to raise awareness of human trafficking in your community.

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