Trafficking is happening everywhere but it doesn't victimize communities indiscriminately, which means we can identify the roots and prevent it. Indigenous women and girls around the world are experiencing higher rates of physical violence, sex trafficking, sexual exploitation and are more likely to attempt suicide. The marginalization of indigenous populations is due in large part to the intergenerational legacy of colonization, which persists in the form of racial discrimination, poverty, and lack of rights. These factors allow trafficking to thrive.
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