Sex trafficking is a real and growing problem in the U.S., particularly in Las Vegas. Interviews with Save Our Children Reno members indicate the group has attracted well-meaning and passionate people who care about children.
But some of the information disseminated is inaccurate or misleading. That worries anti-trafficking activists, who warn that spreading unsubstantiated information harms the credibility of a movement. “Outrage is fine, that’s a good place to start. But education should be the very next step,” said Angie Henderson, PhD., a professor of sociology at the University of Northern Colorado and co-founder of The Avery Center.
Read the full article here: Reno group protests child sex trafficking.