We Must Stop Human Trafficking

M. is an ebullient girl, age 10, who ranks near the top of her fourth-grade class and dreams of being a doctor. Yet she, like all of India, is at a turning point, and it looks as if her family may instead sell her to a brothel.  Her mother is a prostitute here in Kolkata, the city better known to the world as Calcutta. Ruchira Gupta, who runs an organization called Apne Aap that fights human trafficking, estimates that 90 percent of the daughters of Indian prostitutes end up in the sex trade as well. And M. has the extra burden that she belongs to a subcaste whose girls are often expected to become prostitutes.

It’s such a sad story.  Repeated only God knows how many times every day because evil people use children.  We must bring an end to this.  If we can fly in space, we can stop abuse and exploitation of children.  We just have to want to badly enough.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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