Some issues are easier to solve than others.
We have systems in place to deal, often immediately, with some tragic circumstances. Say you’re driving out of the Starbucks parking lot and another car slams into your passenger side door. There are clear steps to follow—exchange insurance information, call the police to get an accident report filled out, and let the system work out how to make the damages right. Within minutes, the problem is turning into a resolution.
But other problems in society, the most dangerous ones, happen in secret. Human trafficking—modern-day sex slavery—is a dehumanizing and pervasive crime that
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