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Super Bowl Trafficking

Eleanor Goldberg

Sex Trafficking Victims Speak Out About How Police, Advocates Keep Failing | Eleanor Goldberg | Posted 02.04.2015 | Impact

After a grueling three-day trip from San Diego to Detroit, Laurin Crosson was struck by the lights, glitter and banners, which festooned the city for ...

The Super Bowl Could Never Not Be Breeding Grounds For Sexual Exploitation

Hon. Judy Harris Kluger | Posted 04.04.2014 | Impact
Hon. Judy Harris Kluger

Some claim that concerns about a link between sex trafficking and the Super Bowl are overblown, hyperbolic, or, simply, myth. Some have even suggested that a strong law enforcement response is harmful to victims. While it is unfortunately true that there have been arrests of prostituted women in Super Bowl-related policing--a counterproductive strategy that discourages victims from seeking desperately needed police protection--law enforcement is right to step up efforts to investigate trafficking on the eve of the Super Bowl.

Jessica Prois

What You Need To Know About The Super Bowl And Human Trafficking | Jessica Prois | Posted 02.02.2014 | Impact

Numerous media reports have indicated that beyond the theatrics of the halftime show and the fanfare in the bleachers, there lurks a dark side to the ...

Sex and the Super Bowl

Lenore Skenazy | Posted 04.01.2014 | Sports
Lenore Skenazy

Why would a hooker waste time and money hoofing it to a one-weekend event where the prospects are dim, the rooms overpriced and the police on the prowl?

Attorney General: Super Bowl Is Largest Human Trafficking Incident In U.S.

The Huffington Post | Eleanor Goldberg | Posted 02.06.2013 | Impact

When it came time for the Super Bowl, Clemmie Greenlee was expected to sleep with anywhere from 25 to 50 men a day. It’s a staggering figure, but it...