What started out as a book club at Sartell High School has morphed into an effort to raise awareness about sex trafficking. StAT, or Students Against Trafficking started after the club read a novel about an American family who dealt with sex trafficking.
The group has since “facetimed” with local and national advocates against trafficking and took a Stanford University course on trafficking awareness.
Sartell Junior Reyna Hager says the perception that girls are kidnapped and whisked away isn’t always accurate…
Sartell’s group now has an estimated 80 kids participating.
Thanks to Lee Voss, MNN affiliate WJON.