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...fficking. President Barack Obama once said, "Our fight against human trafficking is one of the great human rights causes of our time, and the United States will continue to lead it — in partnership with you. The change we seek will not come easy, but we can draw strength from the movements of the past. For we know that every life saved — in the words of that great Proclamation — is 'an act of justice '; worthy of 'the considerate judgment of mankind, and the gracious favor of Almighty God '." This quote analyzes that we can be able to end human trafficking, it may not be easy but it’s not impossible. We all need to find justice for the victims who have suffered from the cruelty of traffickers, and prevent further crimes from occurring, on the grounds that if we don’t abolish human trafficking, each and every one of us could be the next victim of human trafficking.
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