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Category: Education and Advocacy

Is child trafficking happening in your community?

Posted in: Education and Advocacy | Resources
Date: January 3, 2019

Child trafficking is the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision or obtaining a child for labor or services through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. Under federal law, sex trafficking (such as prostitution, pornography, exotic dancing, etc.) does not require there be force, fraud, or coercion if the victim is under 18.  […]

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Category: Education and Advocacy

Imagine the life of a child sex-trafficking victim.

Posted in: Education and Advocacy | News | Stories of Impact
Date: December 31, 2018

You’re a 15-year-old girl. Your life is constantly in danger as you are forced to make money for your trafficker. One night you’re brought in by the police and they suspect you might be a trafficking victim. You’re taken to a facility where you sleep in a clean bed, alone, for […]

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Category: Education and Advocacy

From Our Director: Welcome to MCAP’s new blog!

Posted in: Advocates | Education and Advocacy | News | Notes from Mary | Special Guests | Stories of Impact
Date: September 7, 2018

Over the last year MCAP has been using social media more than ever. We posted and shared on Facebook, revved up our Tweeting game, and even did a couple of Facebook Lives! Social media is so important for a small, budget-conscious nonprofit like MCAP. It extends our reach far beyond […]

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