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In South Dakota,
sex trafficking is
Never In Season

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Staggering sex trafficking stats
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Native Americans make up 13% of South Dakota’s population, yet 40% of sex trafficking victims in the state are Native girls and women.

 

Native American women and children are at higher risk than any other racial groups, and sex trafficking is actually happening on the reservations.

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Our goal is to make everyone in South Dakota, including those visiting, aware and vigilant.

 

Native Americans are being targeted for sex trafficking, and we want to end it.

 

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We're also funding programs that provide a safe haven, counseling, and a way out for victims. A full 100% of donations we receive from people like you goes directly to funding these vital programs. 

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Native Hope is dedicated to
ending sex trafficking of young Native Americans.

Native Hope is focused on creating awareness to prevent sex trafficking and providing a way out for victims through key programs. See what the press is saying about our efforts. Our goal is to fund programs that are making a significant impact in the lives of Native American youth.

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