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‘Trafficking happens in every school’: Heritage High School students raise awareness of sex trafficking

My Friends Are Not For Sale campaign aims to raise awareness, help keep each other safe with tips

By Mia Ryder-Marks, Columbian staff reporter
Published: May 8, 2024, 6:07am
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Heritage senior Alex Vo, from left, junior Anna Le, senior Lexi Vo, Clark College freshman Ashlynn Fredendall and Heritage senior Kevin Reyes give an educational presentation about sex trafficking. The group hosts community events in and out of their school.
Heritage senior Alex Vo, from left, junior Anna Le, senior Lexi Vo, Clark College freshman Ashlynn Fredendall and Heritage senior Kevin Reyes give an educational presentation about sex trafficking. The group hosts community events in and out of their school. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Students from Heritage High School are equipping their peers with tools to spot red flags and prevent human trafficking in the community.

Last year, the students started the campaign My Friends Are Not For Sale, which streams from a national nonprofit, Epik Project. Through the campaign, the students are teaching their peers about sex trafficking.

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