Video: Tennessee Organizations Announce Collaboration to create TN Anti- Slavery Alliance

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- Today on Human trafficking awareness and prevention day, 4 Tennessee organizations announced they would collaborate to create the Tennessee anti-slavery alliance.

Restore Corps, End Slavery Tennessee, Grow Free Tennessee and Second Life make up the alliance and will work together.

They will ensure quality, protective services to local human trafficking victims.

“This is being formed to strengthen the existing work that our 4 agencies can do together to ensure that quality services are provided to human trafficking victims each of the 4 regions we represent and we do so in the most effective way possible.”

Tennessee received an “A” for the strength of its human trafficking law on a recent trafficking report card.

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