Portions of this article were taken from a report by Fox 5 Atlanta by Claire Simms.
Six dozen bright yellow school buses wound their way through the streets of Atlanta on Wednesday to raise awareness of the problem of child sex trafficking in Georgia.
“It’s a difficult reminder that these statistics represent lives and these lives, our kids are not invisible,” said Bob Rogers, president of the nonprofit group Street Grace.
Each of the 72 buses represented 50 children in Georgia who are sold into sex slavery each year for a total of 3,600, according to the organization.
Fight The New Drug is a non-political and non-religious organisation.