The Cushman Foundation

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We are eternally grateful to The Cushman Foundation for their immense generosity towards the fight against human trafficking in San Diego. Their grant allowed BSCC to continue to have our transitional apartment and provided funding for an additional transitional apartment. Thanks to The Cushman Foundation, San Diego has 4 more beds for victims of human trafficking where they can rest, stay safe and begin their transition to thrivers.

To learn more about The Cushman Foundation, please visit their website:

http://www.cushenterprises.com/
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Stern human trafficking bill passes committee

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As other local representatives work to assist victims of human trafficking, state Sen. Henry Stern applauded the Senate Judiciary Committee for passing Senate Bill 630 through committee Wednesday. The legislation authored by Stern, D-Canoga Park,
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New ‘RISE’ program gives hope to human trafficking victims

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The RISE Program through Akron Municipal Court is giving help and hope to human trafficking victims.
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A Different Side Of Human Trafficking In North Carolina

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Legal Aid of North Carolina just released details of a $75,000 settlement involving three labor contractors who recruited 13 workers from Mexico to work in
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Robert Kraft spa scandal: Sex trafficking is hard to prove, that doesn’t mean it’s a lie

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Being unable to prove sex trafficking in court doesn’t mean it’s not happening. Convictions for trafficking are rare, which means the crime continues.
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Project LIFE Invisible Faces: Working With Under-served Populations in Human Trafficking

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See you tomorrow!

“A day-long symposium addressing special considerations for working with men, boys, LGBTQ, and other under-served populations in Human Trafficking. This event is presented by North County Lifeline and is open to first-responders, community members, and anyone working with survivors.”

Invisible Faces: Working with Underserved Populations in Human Trafficking on March 28, 2019. Find event and ticket information.
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