During the bust, officers found men lined up outside of a townhome that contained two mattresses and three prostitutes. They did not ask for help or services, for fear that they would be deported.
The women appeared to be fully dependent on the traffickers.
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Casa de Esperanza’s leadership in the field has been recognized by the U. Department of Health and Human Services, which has designated the organization as the Culturally Specific Issue Resource Center on Domestic Violence and [email protected] Communities.As a national organization, Casa de Esperanza is also home to the National [email protected] Network for Healthy Families and Communities, which provides training and technical assistance, engages in public policy initiatives, and conducts research on the intersections of domestic violence and [email protected] identity.As a leader in the violence prevention field, Casa de Esperanza has spearheaded international work with organizations and governments in Latin America as well as participated in key policy and programmatic initiatives that have had a far-reaching impact.By adding several different programs, we have been able to move from providing services to a few thousand students to reaching over 13,000 students in the last year.Presenters will share their knowledge and practice around intentional planning, understanding theories underlying effective prevention such as the spectrum of prevention, building strong relationships with school partners, outreach to multiple age groups from elementary students to college aged youth, and developing/offering programs that connect to and build off of each other.The purpose of this notice is to inform students, parents, employees and the general public that vocational opportunities are offered regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or any other basis listed in the nondiscrimination notice.The individuals designated to coordinate compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 are identified in the nondiscrimination notice above.The enterprise took women from China and Korea to areas throughout the country to be sold as prostitutes.The prostitutes had to work 12-14 hours a day, were raped, beaten, and lost their freedoms.Many lost their passports, and earned little money after having to pay traffickers fees for hotel usage, transportation, and other expenses related to their “work.” The women were typically between the ages of 32 and 45. In the past two years, as many as 20,000 ads on related to the ring were placed in 29 states. Members of the ring had dozens of phones on hand to arrange “dates” and meetings with the prostitutes.Investigators called it the “Uber of sex trafficking.” In February, law enforcement busted a small portion of the ring in Cottage Grove, Minnesota.The Director of Human Resources, Tom Pederstuen (651-423-7859) has been designated to respond to employment-related inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies.The Director of Elementary Education, Sally Soliday (651-423-7782) and the Director of Secondary Education, Dr.National [email protected] Network (NLN) is Casa de Esperanza’s national project whose work concentrates in providing training and consultations to practitioners and activists throughout the United States and Latin America as well as organizing national and regional events to build the capacity of those working with [email protected] in the field of violence prevention and intervention.