Traffickers are business people and they read the business news and that is there business news,” she said. Guynes has made it her mission to help vulnerable young women selling sex running the HER Resiliency Center. She’s also a member of the city’s human trafficking collaborative. “The lack of any structure to this not prosecuting leaves a void,” she said.
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