Melissa in the Morning: 'Say Something' about Trafficking

Mar 17, 01:43 PM

Sandy Hook Promise created the 'Say Something' program aimed at teaching children the importance of speaking up when something seems out of the ordinary. Data shows in four out of five school shootings, the attacker told people of their plans ahead of time. We started this week's theme with the non-profit's CEO, Nicole Hockley, to discuss the success stories of this program here and across the country. But today, we focused on parents speaking up about a reality in Connecticut...human trafficking. The executive director of Partnerships to End Human Trafficking shared tips on how to handle this topic with teens. 

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