KGMI News Reporting
By Mike Curtiss
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Human trafficking is a problem that most of us don’t see, but an exhibit opening in Bellingham this week challenges people to do something about it.
“Sold: The Human Trafficking Experience” shows what it’s like to be a victim of trafficking in nine different parts of the world.
Sue Ann Huetink with Hope For Justice, an anti-trafficking group in Bellingham, says it’s a big problem both internationally and locally.
Some of the scenes may be disturbing to children and people who have been traumatized by sexual abuse.
The exhibit will be at Christ The King Church on Meridian Street in January 9 – 13.