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GRADUATION


Hanna Nelson Fall 2020-Spring 2021 GRA 462 Visual Communication Design VI Visual Communication Design The Design School Arizona State University


GRADUATION


Table of Contents


Introduction 06 Poster Show Social Issue Poster Design Process 56 Poster Show Event Planning 76 Why Human Trafficking 10 Poster Show Expereince 80 Sketching and Research 12 The Clock Process 22 Senior Exhibit Social Issue Presentation 42 Senior Poster Design 92 Senior Exhibit Design 100


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Introduction


07 As of March of 2020 life had changed for me and my classmates. End of my Jr. year and going into my final year of college. I had to learn to adjust my expectations of what my senior year would look like. It was a sad and hard adjustment for me waiting for Six years to get the traditional senior year experience. I was excited to come back and be with my classmates in person, due to COVID-19 I didn’t get that opportunity. School remained online starting the fall. Class was resumed through Zoom and our worked was continued to be share through a screen. Communication through classmates was all through Slack and Plenty of Zoom meeting. I was left with the question, how do I make this experience the best with what I have? I have decided to be more involved with my

assigned GDSSA group. I was the leader for Event Planning committee. Being part of this committee helped make my senior year experience one to remember. Adjusting to life through a computer was an adjustment but my classmates and I have all managed to make to much happen and learned to adapt due to the current circumstances. It is was a senior year that I wouldn’t not have wanted any other way. I have been pushed to find new solutions and ways to make things happen with my resources. I have grown as a designer and matured through the program opening my mind to all the possibilities that are to some in the future. Six years later I am finally a college graduate and toss my hat goodbye and hello to a new chapter.


SOCIAL ISSUE


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Why Human Trafficking?


11 Human Trafficking is a form of modern slavery that occurs in every state that has been an issues for many years. People have traded human lives into profit. More awareness is needed to be brought up into the world not only to stop human traffickers but to stop the individuals who are allowing, supporting, or even controlling the work force

that is enabling human trafficking. It hurts the lives of the victims and is a serious crime that is continuing to increase throughout the United States. Human trafficking is reported as the 2nd most profitable crime in the world. Traffickers annually profit $150 billion from exploitation of children, women, and men.


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Sketching and Research


The start of the process I began with thinking of social issue topics that I have personal interest in. Through the sketching process I also did some mind mapping of ideas on what is Human trafficking and what are the pros and cons to human trafficking and how many different ways I can show time brainstorming of how to connect the two together.

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Governor Doug Ducey “It makes your blood boil,” Governor Doug Ducey said. “There’s real evil when people are taking our children and addicting them to drugs and putting them into sexual slavery.” In Arizona, the average age that a child is first trafficked is 14 years old and in 2016 the Human Trafficking Hotline ranked Arizona 16th in the number of calls received.

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According to a report from the International Labor Organization and Walk Free Foundation, almost 25 million people worldwide are victims of human trafficking, 5.5 million of which are children. In 2018, the Arizona Human Trafficking Council’s goal was not only to create support for victims but also to promote public awareness surrounding human trafficking, victim services, and prevention through trainings, data analysis, and collaboration.

https://goyff.az.gov/news/governor-doug-d cey-and-cindy-mccain-address-


Cindy McCain Cindy chairs the Institute’s Human Trafficking Advisory Council. This is an issue she cares deeply about and is committed to ending human trafficking and supporting victims in Arizona, the United States and around the world. Through her work with the McCain Institute, several partnerships have been formed with anti-trafficking organizations working on solving various aspects of the problem. She also serves as co-chair of the Arizona Governor’s Council on human trafficking.

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https://www.mccaininstitute.org/human-trafficking-mission/


All Walks Project Fighting Human Trafficking All Walks Project (AWP) started in 2014 as an advocacy organization working to raise awareness of human trafficking in the United States by educating students in a peer-to-peer network on how to protect themselves and their peers. Human trafficking is an issue that affects people from every walk of life, and it will take people from all walks of life to end it. 18

https://barretthonors.asu.edu/news-events/news/asustudent-led-walks-project-raising-awareness-human-trafficking


National Human Trafficking Hotline The National Human Trafficking Hotline connects victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and supports to get help and stay safe. The Trafficking Hotline also receives tips about potential situations of sex and labor trafficking and facilitates reporting that information to the appropriate authorities in certain cases. The National Human Trafficking Hotline maintains extensive data sets on the issue of human trafficking in the United States. The statistics contained on this website are based on aggregated information learned through signals -- phone calls, texts, online chats, emails, and online tip reports -- received by the Trafficking Hotline. The data do not define the totality of human trafficking or of a trafficking network in any given area. The Trafficking Hotline uses this data to help human trafficking victims and survivors and to provide the antitrafficking field with information to help combat all forms of human trafficking.

https://humantraffickinghotline.org/

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Phoenix Task Force

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The Task Force and workgroups also defined a strategic work plan consisting of four areas providing the strategic support to realize the world-class, community-wide Compass Plan to establish the City of Phoenix as a model in addressing and combating human trafficking. 1. Community Awareness and Outreach – The City is establish a standard where everyone in the community knows human trafficking will not be tolerated. Partnerships with local businesses, community and faith-based organizations and educational institutions are a cornerstone strategy to create innovative ideas to end human trafficking. 2. Training – Assure training practices and materials represent national models that are used consistently. Identify the populations that need more training and create new training opportunities. 3. Law Enforcement –The City of Phoenix Police department will collaborate with regional law enforcement, the FBI and prosecutors and community partners to strengthen law enforcement services through training, enhanced technology, and operational enforcement activities. 4. Victim Services – Efforts must be undertaken to improve the coordination of existing services, combine duplicative processes, streamline access to services,and educate the public on where to go to help and information. https://www.phoenix.gov/district2/human-trafficking


Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (STIR) Located in the School of Social Work, within the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University. The goal of the STIR office is to be a central source of research on domestic sex trafficking which will inform the decisions made by those who contact victims and perpetrators of sex trafficking including law enforcement and prosecutors, educators, medical services and social services

Dominique Roe-Sepowitz Associate professor in the School of Social Work and director of the Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research, said STIR is among ASU’s efforts to make the University a safer place.

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https://socialwork.asu.edu/stir

https://asu.pure.elsevier.com/en/persons/dominique-roe-sepowitz


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The Clock Process


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Starting the brainstorm process of how we design our clock while connected out research. The key point was to show time without having clock hands, numbers or other parts that were too obvious that displayed time. I was thinking of ways how I can display meeting those requirements this was hard at first trying to think of a solution.

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I really liked this photo because I wanted to find a visual that would best represent what Human Trafficking looks like and feels like. Showing a girl tied up with ropes and expressing sadness and loss. Human trafficking takes humans freedoms away and they are forced into a life of servitude, tied up in ropes that they cant escape. The second picture I have added more black into the picture to add a more grungier look and feel to really add more into the mood. I also added in more red to make it feel more life threatening and emphasize the seriousness of this social issue and the dangers of it on the victims involved. 26


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31 These are sketch ideas of designing a logo describing human trafficking with only one word, while visually showing it with the words. Some of the lines Show a rope and a price tag representing someone being sold.

Displayed above is the final logo design for the clock. The word Servitude means the state of being a slave or completely subject to someone more powerful. The word best describes what human trafficking. I have included the ‘2 victims’ because every hour two victims are sold into human trafficking.


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The Clock was then design into a short animated clip. This helped show how the clock functioned. The clock would spin based on seconds, minutes, hours, days, and year. Each layer was a different time of the day. Each layer circle is sized based on the number of Human Trafficking that year. Each year from 2015 to 2019 human trafficking has increased in percentage. On the boarder of the circle is one word repeated relating to human trafficking.


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Social Issue Presentation Presentation Script: Hello my name is Hanna Nelson, and I will start by sharing a true story of an individual who’s personal identity will not be shared and a substituted name is placed in. Sarah’s story was confirmed by Linda Oberhaus, CEO of the Shelter for Abused Women & Children, where Sara received help. (double click)


43 They met at a club through mutual friends, so Sara thought she was safe with him. (double click)

He romanced her, quickly and smoothly. He surprised her at her job to say hello and learned her class schedule. His attention was absolute.“He was literally a dream come true of a boyfriend, for any girl,” she said. She thought he was perfect; for the first month. When he started withholding affection, she’d do anything to get it back. (double click)


44 She wouldn’t understand the manipulation games he was playing until much later. The day everything changed, her boyfriend persuaded her to audition for a modeling gig to make some extra money. He happened to know the guy who was looking for models. She was going to college in Southwest Florida and had a part-time job at a mall, but he wanted her to do the modeling gig, so she did. (double click)

Her boyfriend drove her to a hotel and gave her specific instructions for where to go. He said he’d wait for her in the parking lot. “That should have been a red flag, but I didn’t see it as a red flag,” she said. (double click)


75% 45 That night was the first night Sara was sexually assaulted. What followed was about six months of drug-hazed sexual servitude. The man she thought was her boyfriend became her trafficker. Sara was 21 at the time. She shared her story with the Daily News for Human Trafficking Awareness Month. (double click)

Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world. 75% of victims report being sold online. (double click)


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46 150,000 new escort advertisements are posted online every day. (double click)

It has been reported in all 50 states with more than 80% of victims are US citizens or living here legally. This is a domestic problem requiring a national community-wide response. Regardless of where someone is born, no human should ever be sold as a commodity. (One click)


How do Human Traffickers capture their victims?

Vulnerability

47 How do human traffickers capture their victims? (One click)

A predator looks for vulnerability within a victim. For some it may be low self-esteem, someone looking for attention or affection, all these traits can easily be spotted by a predator. (double click)


Romeo Pimp

48 Human traffickers will use any tools available to them to make a connection for potential victims. A more common tool Traffickers use is social media. These are common sources where more personal information is being overly shared and exposed. Such information includes locations, financial situations, family situations, and individuals sharing their age, full name, and appearance. All sources making it easier for traffickers to find them. There are Three-Forms of how a traffickers can groom their victims: (double click)

First - Romeo Pimp: A Romeo Pimp is the type of human trafficker who tries to get young children, teens or young adults to fall in love with them. Romeo pimps will treat their victims as girlfriends upfront showering them with gifts. This relationship and the victim’s trust will eventually be used for the Pimps advantage. This is the most common type of traffickers. (double click)


Gorilla Pimp

Familia Pimp

49 Second - Gorilla Pimp: A Gorilla pimp is some who controls his victims almost entirely through physical violence and force. They will more commonly kidnap their victims and beat them into submission until they agree to have sex with strangers. (double click)

Third - Familia Pimp: A Familia Pimp is someone in the victims family. The family member will use manipulation through threats of abandonment and separation from the family. They will continually tell the child that if they were to ever tell someone what happens within the family, they will be separated and will never see each other again. (One click)


How do we look for signs of Human Trafficking?

50 How to look for signs of Human Trafficking in everyday life? (double click)

It is possible to encounter trafficking victims anywhere in your day-to-day life, there are certain locations that carry higher risk. Community members should be on higher alert to trafficking instances when present at any of the following: Hotels, Motels, Airports, Buses, Courts and law enforcement agencies, and Emergency rooms. (One click)


51 But for those not in those location often you can look for signs of victims in places such as Grocery stores, Shopping Malls, Gas stations, and Parks. Most common signs of what human trafficked victims will appear to look like are: (double click)

They will show signs of physical abuse such as burn marks, bruises or cuts on their body. They will also appear to be malnourished. (double click)


52 Victims may have tattoos or some form of branding, particularly related to money, ownership, and or gang symbols on their body. (double click)

They may also constantly be in the presence of a controlling and possessive boyfriend or girlfriend. (double click)


Please Contact :

▪ Contact your local law enforcement agency, your local FBI

field office (contact information can be found at www.fbi.gov)

▪ The National Human Trafficking Hotline—Call 1-888-373-7888 (TTY: 711) or text 233733;

▪ File a complaint online with the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.IC3.gov

▪ Contact the FBI’s National Threat Operations Center at 1-800CALL-FBI or tips.fbi.gov.

▪ To report possible trafficking involving minors, contact the

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or at Cybertipline.org.

53 If any one or more of these signs are shown please contact Law Enforcements, do not intervene directly. Listed are contact sources specifically for human trafficking. (double click)

In closing, no one is immune to human trafficking. This crime effects those from every socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity and background. I ask you to please keep your eyes open for what can simply be hiding under our noses and be mindful of the signs for human trafficking, Not only to protect yourself but help protect others. Thank you! (double click) Questions and Answers


POSTER SHOW


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Poster Design What influenced me with my design theme was the idea that despite everything that has happened around “the show must go on” as in the Poster Show will still happen even if it is not in person. This was the first in ASU history for the Poster Show to be Virtual. Due to it being virtual we lost some opportunities but as a class we were able to find some new idea to incorporate into the show and we were able to have the show online for a week auctioning off posters.


TODAYʼS CALAMITIES CANʼT HOLD US BACK

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SHOW MUST GO 15TH ANNUAL VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN VIRTUAL POSTER SHOW AND AUCTION

DONATIONS WILL GO TO COVID RELIEF CHARITIES

FEBRUARY 15th – 19th

ON ASUPOSTERSHOW.COM

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Classmates poster designs that we all later voted on which one we wanted the theme to be.


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April 18 8pm-10pm www.vcdpostershow.com Auction to raise funds for our Senior class exhibit Arizona State University Graphic Design Senior Student Association


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POSTER SHOW

VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN

February 15-22 2021 Week Long Event

Donations go to COVID relief charities! www.asu/vcd/postershow.edu

vcdpostershow.com February 15-19

Posters will be auctioned off. All proceeds will go directly to covid relief charity and funding the Senior Exhibition


CONNECTION VCD Virtual Poster Show Feb 15-19, 2021

vcdpostershow.com

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You know how it feels. You wouldn’t want our posters to feel the same. asuvcdpostershow.com

You know how it feels. Bring the outside world inside with a new poster. asuvcdpostershow.com

“The covid virus outbreak started in 2020 and people started to work and study at home. In the home solation state, we connect with each other to work on the VCD Virtual Poster Show. ” A Virtual Poster Show that you don't have to leave home to see


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Final Winning Poster design by Mackenzie Humphrey titled CONNECTED involving illustrator characters.

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77 For the Poster Show my job as leader of the event planning committee, Helped by my classmates, We had scheduled 5 events for the whole week during the poster show. There was one event everyday. During this process is was very stressful because we wanted to have guess speakers but we didn’t have them confirmed until the week or a few days before the event started. In the end it was a fun experience where I learned how to communicate with my classmates keeps things organized and I also helped run the event and introduced the guest speakers.


78 The platform that we used for the events was called Discord. It allowed people to chat with each other and we also were able to set up live videos with the guest speakers. Discord was a great way to get individuals involved while this event was going on virtually.


79 We also had the idea of making merch items to help raise money for the show. We designed stickers, t-shirts, and posters for individuals to buy them. The items were designed based off of our poster for the whole shows theme. Each item printed out well and was a success.


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Throughout the week I had placed my bids for over 13 posters. As each day past I started to lose at the bidding war. My main intentions were to keep the price up so we can raise more money. During the live auction I had saved my biggest bid for one poster and it was the Milton Glaser. I was able to bid the poster up to 180 dollars. It was very entertaining to watch my classmates cheer me on as I kept bidding but then I had to reach an end to the bidding and lost the poster. But at the end of the show I was able bid and win 8 poster. Displayed are my winning posters.

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Disability Barriers Paloma Delgado

Wishcycling

Overfishing of Sharks Anisa Muñoz

Advertising Effects on Children's Consumption

Alexis Cortez Juana Olmedo

Dietary Carbon Footprint Clara Wallengren

Psyche Mission Byraissia Jones

Psyche Mission Jiahe Qu

Adolescent Career Pressure Calvin Marin


Refugee Displacement

Pet Owner Depression Hanyan Lyu

Joshua Hernandez

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Scam Call Fraud Angela McChesney

Mackenzie Humphrey

Asexuality in Media

Student Loans in the US

SOCIAL ISSUE Lindsey Miles

Blood Diamond Mining in Africa

Laurie MacQueen

School Violence: Bullying Chenran Wang

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Visual Communication Design Senior Show 5.3.2021 1001 S Forest Mall Tempe AZ 85287 vcdseniorshow.asu.edu


93 Shown on the right is my image based poster and on the left is my typographic based poster. The image based poster is what i submitted for a possible theme for the Exhibit Show. I wanted to show optimism through bright colors while tying in the concept of a facemask because during this time we were all still mandated to wear a face mask. While the exhibit discuss social issue I wanted to send the message of optimism in finding a solution to solving the social issue topics.

Visual Communication Design Senior Show 5.3.2021 1001 S Forest Mall Tempe AZ 85287 vcdseniorshow.asu.edu

Nikka Bacalzo Ashley Cameron Ciara Cisneros Alexis Cortez Alexandra Czaja Paloma Delgado Talina Felix Dominique Gibbs Alyssa Hamilton

Tristan Hanks Katie Hawkins Jashua Hernandez Mackenzie Humphrey Byraissa Jones Kate Joslin Hope Kiesling Changwha Kyung Mia Ledesma-Galindo

Hanyan Lyu Laurie Macqueen Calvin Marin Angela McChesney Halima Meharam Lindsay Miles Anisa Munoz Scott Murray Hanna Nelson

Nicole Nelson Anna Nygren Juana Olmedo Zaragoza Ashley Padilla Makayla Pelayo Nhi Phan Jiahe Qu Samantha Ray Sydney Roach

Emily Romero Saavani Thigale Paola Vega-Soto Clara Wellengren Chenran Wang Cameron Wick Yatong Xie Taylor Young Tianran Yu


94 Posters displayed are some designs from my classmates. We had the posters displayed out on Miro and we voted on the poster that we wanted for our theme for the Senior Exhibit.


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Image Based Identity Tristan Hanks

Psyche Mission

Animal Entertainment: Animal Performance

Human Trafficking Hanna Nelson

Cameron Wick Tianran Yu

Exotic Pet Trade

Wrongful Convictions in the US

Nikka Bacalzo

Tobacco Industry Tayler Young

Youth Homelessness Mia Ledesma-Galindo

Sydney Roach

Toxicity within the Online Gaming Community

Factory Farming Alex Czaja

Child Labor in Mica Mines Saavani Thigale

Child Abuse Changwha Kyung

Kate Joslin

Megafires in the West

Media Manipulation Emily Romero

Scott Murray

Suicide Yatong Xie

Social Media and Body Image

Fast Fashion Nicole Nelson

LGBTQ+ Discrimination in the United States

Makayla Pelayo

Decline in Empathy Hope Kiesling

Distortion of #fitspiration Katie Hawkins

Nhi Phan

The Harmful Truth About PFA's

Inclusive Education Talina Felix

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Gender Inequality Ashley Padilla

Mass Incarceration Alyssa Hamilton

Ashley Cameron

Cosmetic Testing on Animals

Corporate Social Responsibility

Water Scarcity

Anna Nygren

Disability Barriers

Overfishing of Sharks

Paloma Delgado

Wishcycling

Anisa Muñoz

Advertising Effects on Children's Consumption

Alexis Cortez

Ciara Cisneros

Refugee Displacement Joshua Hernandez

Scam Call Fraud

Psyche Mission Jiahe Qu

Clara Wallengren

Psyche Mission

Adolescent Career Pressure

Hanyan Lyu

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Mackenzie Humphrey

Student Loans in the US Lindsey Miles

Blood Diamond Mining in Africa

Calvin Marin

Byraissia Jones

Asexuality in Media Laurie MacQueen

School Violence: Bullying Chenran Wang

Dominique Gibbs

unmute Joining the conversation on world matters, virtually.

Pet Owner Depression

Angela McChesney Juana Olmedo

Dietary Carbon Footprint

Underrepresentation of Women in the Music Industry

Halima Meharam

Paola Vega-Soto

Visual Communication Design

ASUdesignshow.com

Class of 2021

April 19th–23rd

Final Winning Exhibit Poster design by Paloma Delgado. Design with neutral colors showing text message bubbles that display each senior students social topic and the name of that student below.


97 Alex Czaja Alexis Cortez Alyssa Hamilton Angela McChesney Anisa Munoz Anna Nygren Ashley Cameron Ashley Padilla Byraissia Jones Calvin Marin Cameron Wick Changwha Kyung

Chenran Wang Kate Joslin Ciara Cisneros Katie hawkins Clara Wallengren Laurie McQueen Dom Gibbs Emily Romero Halima Meharam Hanna Nelson Hanyan Lyu Hope Kiesling Jiahe Qu Josh Hernandez Juana Olmedo


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Linday Miles Mackenzie Humphrey Makayla Pelayo Mia LedsesmaGalindo Nhi Phan Nicole Nelson Nikka Bacalzo Paloma Delgado Paola Vega-Soto Saavani Thigale Scott Murray Sydney Roach

Talina Felix Taylor Young Tianran Yu Tristan Hanks Yotang Xie Class of 2021


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103 As I begin to draft out my exhibit layout and the content I want on the display I started to think, what is the message I want the viewers to walk away with. My goal with my social issue I want to bring awareness to people but not just in a way that shows that Human Trafficking is out there but a way to help educate individuals who may not know what it looks like when its happening right in front of us, Or what to do when they see it.

Operation Underground Railroad is an organization that helped capture traffickers and saved victims. They go around the world helping to put an end to Human Trafficking. This organization has set up a training course to help educate individuals on human trafficking. The course includes information such as videos of those who have been involved in human trafficking, examples what it looks like and the signs to look for and also how to help victims and take them into safety.


SINCE BEING FOUNDED IN DECEMBER 2013, We’ve gathered the world’s experts in extraction operations and in anti-child trafficking efforts to bring an end to child slavery. O.U.R.’s Ops Team consists of former CIA, past and current law enforcement, and highly skilled operatives that lead coordinated identification and extraction efforts. These operations are always in conjunction with law enforcement throughout the world.

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Once victims are rescued, a comprehensive process involving justice for the perpetrators and recovery and rehabilitation for the survivors begins. It is time for private citizens and organizations to rise up and help. It is our duty as a free and blessed people.

Domestic Services O.U.R. salutes our nation’s law enforcement officers and prosecutors at the federal, state and local levels who protect our country’s children. Law enforcement professionals skillfully investigate, arrest and prosecute those who violate children. Our nation’s police efforts to protect children in the U.S. are light years ahead of many, if not all other countries. O.U.R. acknowledges the expertise and extraordinary work done by these dedicated men and women who bravely battle the scourge of child sexual exploitation. O.U.R. shares the mission to save children and seek justice for those who victimize them, therefore O.U.R. is committed to enhancing law enforcement efforts by providing resources where budget shortfalls prohibit a CSAM (child sexual abuse material), child exploitation or human trafficking operation from going forward. O.U.R. will also provide or facilitate child exploitation investigative training in U.S. jurisdictions where a need exists. Collaborating with law enforcement will reduce duplication, promote best practices and avoid other potential issues which might arise without close coordination. O.U.R. is privileged and honored to support our nation’s heroes in this important cause to deter, disrupt and dismantle child exploitation and the trafficking of children in our nation’s communities.

https://ourrescue.org/training


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The design of my exhibit shows a large image of girl. As you begin to look closer there is a story typed over the image. The story is an example of a real Human Trafficking event that happened to a young girl. Here strange behavior was then noticed by a neighbor and she was then able to be saved. This is the key importance of why we should be educated in seeing the signs of human trafficking. Lives can be saved.

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