Human trafficking, or modern slavery, is the fastest growing crime in the world.  This week FLIP members Dottie Laster and Jennifer Kieseling, FLIP founder Vicki Siedow, and Here Women Talk social interactive radio owner Kay Van Hoesen teamed up to save a victim of long term abuse.

A troubled young woman approached Laster with her story of sexual exploitation.  Laster immediately contacted the other women, and together they planned and executed the recovery of the young woman.  She is now safe and being well cared for, on the road to having her own life at long last.

The message is clear; if each of us does just a little, together we can accomplish anything.

3 Responses to “Human Trafficking Victim Safe”
  1. Spruce says:

    MOST EXCELLENT, DOTTIE!!!! WAY TO GO GIRLS!!

  2. Palm Beach School District says:

    Thank you so much for giving me an update on this topic on your web site. Please realize that if a new post becomes available or in the event that any adjustments occur about the current publication, I would be considering reading a lot more and focusing on how to make good use of those tactics you write about. Thanks for your efforts and consideration of other men and women by making this website available. School DIstrict of Palm Beach County

  3. Jerry McMullin says:

    Child trafficking is widespread in the United States. Only as more people become involved can this crime be stopped. I am so grateful that these good women cared enough to listen and rescue a helpless victim.

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