Building the Bay Area Response to Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking is modern-day slavery. This scourge to society is prevalent across the globe and in our backyard. The Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition believes that eradication is possible only when the collective impact of individuals and groups comes to bear upon this multifaceted issue. We exist to facilitate the collaboration of individuals, communities and other organizations in order to build a united response to the injustice of human trafficking. As we mobilize the public to engage the issue, we envision a slave-free San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
The Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition works to equip individuals, empower communities and engage non-profits with best practices to sustain in the fight against human trafficking in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
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Super Bowl and Airports
By Brian Wo, BAATC.org Director of Partnerships & Co-Founder
This afternoon, we will be heading over to our neighbor's Super Bowl party to join millions watching one of the biggest television events of the year. In the lead up to the Super Bowl, you may have run across numerous articles and stories in the media about the Super Bowl and human trafficking, many of which claim that the Super Bowl is the "largest human trafficking
Video: KTVU Bay Area People Interviews BAATC
"Human Trafficking in the Bay Area"
Recently, Brian Wo, BAATC Director of Partnerships was featured on the KTVU television program, Bay Area People, talking about Human Trafficking.
Check out what happened at the Freedom Summit 2013
If you missed the Freedom Summit in January 2013, you can still be moved to action with the inspiring stories, expert insight and practical applications. Recordings and resources are available at freedom-summit.org >>Listen Now