Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Class 7 Recommendations

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In recognition of National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we celebrate the progress that survivor leaders, anti-trafficking organizations, communities, and allied individuals have achieved through their ongoing efforts and contributions to ending human trafficking. We also acknowledge that human trafficking disproportionately impacts communities of color that have been historically underserved and excluded. To support and strengthen these communities, the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) Class 7 released their Recommendations Report that provides recommendations to the following project questions: “How can federally funded human trafficking service providers address institutional inequities and barriers to accessing services for survivors of human trafficking? How can these networks improve their response to human trafficking for communities of color?”