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Back to School: Resources to Keep Kids Safe

Back to School: Resources to Keep Kids Safe

This month more than 5 million kids across Texas are heading back to school, signaling the start of all-too-familiar rituals like carpool lines, lunchboxes, old friends, and new teachers. We share data and resources to…

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Making an Impact in the 87th Texas Legislative Session

Making an Impact in the 87th Texas Legislative Session

One of the most exciting ways our work has grown in 2021 is through increased advocacy during the 87th Texas Legislative session. Read more about one of our staff members' personal experiences with new policies.

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Not Alone: Putting Survivor Leadership in the Spotlight

Not Alone: Putting Survivor Leadership in the Spotlight

Our team recently had the privilege to visit the Bullock Museum’s exhibit on human trafficking which intentionally highlights survivor’s experiences. We were moved by the information presented, and the powerful stories shared about the importance…

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The Story of Lighthouse: 40,000 Screenings and Counting

The Story of Lighthouse: 40,000 Screenings and Counting

Are we getting any closer to ending human trafficking? Asking that question set our team on a six-year journey using technology, data, and partnerships to find the answer.

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Addressing Systemic Racism in our Everyday Work

Addressing Systemic Racism in our Everyday Work

During February, we spent all month sharing on social media about the intersection of race and human trafficking. While data on human trafficking victims is limited, it's clear that Black people are disproportionately affected.