Human Trafficking Hashtags – Who’s Up Next for Superhero?

Human Trafficking Hashtags – Who’s Up Next for Superhero?

First, thanks for visiting our human trafficking hashtags blog! The first thing we want to tell you is we hate slavery! So, in honor of captives in the slave trade… NO SHELTER!!!
Now that we’ve got the taste in our mouth for freedom… I have to tell you…
Human Trafficking Hashtags - American Flag
Human Trafficking Hashtags – American Flag
I didn’t realize the US had a big problem with human trafficking… Until I met a man in Austin, Texas that gave up his life fight against it.

Human trafficking is estimated to enslave 14,500–17,500 people in the US every year…


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Human Trafficking Hashtags – What Is Human Trafficking? – Girl Prisoner Art With Writing

What Is Human Trafficking? 

Human trafficking is the illegal smuggling of people into the US for the purposes of work or sexual exploitation. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has a more detailed explanation, but basically…

Human trafficking is modern slavery at it’s slimiest.

Human Trafficking Hotspots 

Wikipedia reports major travel hubs as the major points of import for human trafficking in the US. However, if you look at the heat map above, the problem is way more serious. In the next section, we will give you an idea of how bad human trafficking in the US is, and how much it could be growing yearly.

A Few Shocking Facts About Human Trafficking

I was surprised to find out that human trafficking was so bad in the US. I guess I assumed that people were better than that. Here are some facts that may shock you:
  • 40.3 Million victims worldwide are affected by human trafficking every year.
  • Of those, an estimated 75% are women, and an estimated 25% are children.
  • Human trafficking is generating an estimated $150 billion a year globally.
This problem is not going away by itself. According to this report, human trafficking cases in 2017 rose by 13%.  29% if you consider reports and tips.
We are in the middle of an ever-rising onslaught of work and sex-related slavery crimes. If you hate the idea of children being slaves for work or sex like we do… Get involved any way you can. Put a poster up, hand out flyers, host an event. Anything to help end human trafficking.

Weak Spots That Need Attention


#1 – Safety for Runaways

According to The Polaris Project in a 2016 poll, 1 in 6 endangered runaways reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children could have fallen victim to this horrible crime.
This part shocked me too… 86% were in the “CARE” of social services when they ran away!
Here is a pdf from the Polaris Project that shows more statistics from 2016.

#2 – General Awareness!

We need to get the right people the right materials. Statistics, phone numbers, and websites to get them up, educated, and empowered to do something. (See resource section below)

#3 – Hosted Events 

We need hosted events in every city possible, with press releases, flyers, any and every way we can spread the word.
Please join the cause on Shared Hope International to stay informed, and check out the resource section below, where we have listed a number of organizations that have resources readily available to use!

#4 – Educators/Volunteers

Anyone can get involved to help fight human trafficking… Businesses who can put up posters, activists who want to work local events, bloggers who want to help by curating content… All of these are great ways we can be doing our part to help save these prisoners and one more thing…
The victims need us. No one else can help like we can. If we are the eyes of this world… We are the law too!

#5 – Search Engine Optimization Awareness!

If you haven’t heard of SEO, it’s the whole reason we want to give you Human Trafficking Hashtags. Hashtags get your post sen by way more people. 
If you want to learn more about the benefits of using hashtags, check out our research hashtags study! If you want to get free training in search engine optimization for your brand or blog, click here for a free course.
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Top Companies Who Fight Against Trafficking

Aside from us, we want to thank the organizations working hard to fight against human trafficking:

#1 – U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking

The U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking Advisory consists of 11 members that were appointed in December 2015. Their purpose is to bring together a diverse range of backgrounds to fight against human trafficking.

The purpose of the advisory council is to:

  • Advise the U.S. Government
  • Review Federal Policies and Programs Concerning Human Trafficking and Prevention
  • Gather Information from US Agencies, States, and Communities for Their Annual Report.

Here is the advisory board’s 2017 report.

#2 Homeland Security Blue Campaign

Unified to be one voice against human trafficking, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Blue Campaign collaborates with law enforcement, government, and private organizations to preserve freedom and bring justice to human trafficking lawbreakers.
Here Are Some Of Their Duties:
  • Arresting Traffickers
  • Protection for Victims
  • Immigration Relief

#3 Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking

The Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking (gBCAT) supports companies through:
  • Providing Resources to Increase Awareness and Preventative Action
  • Govern and Determine Best Practices to End Human Trafficking
  • Driving Connections Between Businesses and Governments
  • Educating and Empowering People Worldwide Through
Their end goal… To help end human trafficking. According to this article on CNN,  companies such as; Delta, Ford, Exxon, Coca-Cola, and Mobil and supporters like Google, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. and The Freedom Fund… They don’t intend to miss their target.
They also provide a list of slave-free companies, if you want to take a look at that.
Shared Hope International
Founded in 1988 by U.S. Congresswoman Linda Smith, the mission of Shared Hope International is to rescue and restore women and children enslaved to sex trafficking.

Human Trafficking Awareness 

This section will give resources to help you or your company get educated, take action, and raise awareness of what human trafficking is, how bad the problem is in the US and other parts of the world, and how they can take action as well to do their part in ending this horrible crime.


When Is Human Trafficking Awareness Month?


January is The United States as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month according to this proclamation by Donald Trump.

Human Trafficking Awareness Resources

The Blue Campaign on Homeland Security’s website has a resource page that is very helpful if you would like to help raise awareness. The Blue Campaign offers training materials, videos, documents and more to help empower advocates and raise awareness.


Shared Hope International

Shared Hope International also has a resource page. You can start by joining the community here, and they have had a great impact on human trafficking awareness and prevention, which you can see in their 2016 report here on their impact page!

Polaris Project 

This is a great place to get resources meant to educate, inform, and empower people to stop human trafficking.

Human Trafficking Awareness Resources for Victims

If you have been a victim of human trafficking, there are a number of resources available to you. Here are a few links for you to people who can help!


National Human Trafficking Resource Center


Call 1-888-373-7888 ( TTY: 711)|Text 233733


Report Human Trafficking

Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline toll-free hotline at:
If you or someone you know has been a victim, or you see anything suspicious, call it in!
If you can’t talk, or just prefer to use a form to report, click here to submit a report online!

Live News from Twitter on Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking Hashtags – Best Human Trafficking Hashtags

There are only about 20 searches a month for human trafficking hashtags. But that’s 20 people that could reach more people to us!

Top 10 Biggest Human Trafficking Facebook Groups

Here are your top 10 biggest human trafficking Facebook groups of you want the best ones to join!


Human trafficking- modern day slavery  – 41,000 Members

Salvation Army Anti-Human Trafficking SA –  4,700 Members

Stamp Out Human Trafficking and Sexual Predators – 1,100 Members

Fight Human Trafficking – 1,300 Members

NO MORE TEARS Foundation Taking a Stand Against Human Trafficking – 2,100 Members

Human Trafficking Task Force – 8,700 Members

Central WI Against Human Trafficking – 1,000 Members

Global Trade Union Alliance to Combat Forced Labour and Human Trafficking – 2,000 Members

Human Trafficking (South Africa) – 3,100 Members

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