Survivors, advocates launch U.S.-based anti-trafficking effort

14:08 EDT 18 Oct 2016 | Yahoo News

By Ellen Wulfhorst WASHINGTON, D.C. (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Necole Daniels spent years as a sex trafficking victim, pulled into the life by her mother and grandmother who each were prostitutes in the sex trade. At age 42, Daniels now works as a victims' advocate, proud that she broke the chain and that her own children did not fall into a life of degradation and violence. Daniels is a co-founder of World Without Exploitation (WorldWE), a coalition launched on Tuesday to end sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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