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March Newsletter

In honor of National Women's History Month, we will be sharing stories from the girls at New Horizons House. These stories are real, raw, and may contain graphic information.

"My name is Anushka. I'm 12 years old.

I used to have three sisters, but not anymore. My parents loved alcohol more than they loved us, and Papa sold my two older sisters so that he could get more money to buy cheap liquor for him and Mama. My older sisters were harassed sexually by the mean people Papa sold them to, and then one of my sisters committed suicide because I guess maybe she felt like that was the only way to
escape what was happening to her. Now I only have two sisters.

My younger sister and I were still at home and we just tried to stay out of Papa’s way. But sometimes he would come after me..."

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IN THE NEWS

This is your weekly roundup of human trafficking stories in the news.
American women reunited with her family 25 years after she was trafficked as an infant. Read the whole story here.
4 girls recovered from Oregon hotel room in human trafficking investigation. Read more here.
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