The Catholic Telegraph, the newspaper of the Cincinnati Archdiocese, is publishing a series of articles on Human Trafficking. The May 2018 issue has a fourth article on this topic. According to the article, “Oasis House in Dayton and End Slavery Cincinnati are the two agencies in southwestern Ohio dedicated to helping women escape the clutches of sex traffickers.” Oasis House is in its 14th year . . . and the Sisters of the Precious Blood are active supporters.
To read the segments printed in the Telegraph, click on a link below:
• Human Trafficking
• Human Trafficking: Part 1 Sex Trafficking Victims
• Human Trafficking: Part 2 Labor Victims
• Human Trafficking: Part 3 The New Face of Slavery in Ohio
• Sex Traffic is ‘Rooted in Structure of Society,’ says speaker