Latest modern slavery fight updates -

Mobile 18-Wheeler Exhibit Educates Truck Drivers About Sex Trafficking

  • Published on
    July 30, 2015
  • News Source Image
  • Category:
Hero Banner

Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a nonprofit that exists to educate, equip, empower, and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking.

The Freedom Drivers Project, a first-of-its-kind mobile exhibit was created to educate members of the trucking industry about the realities of sex trafficking in the U.S. TAT knew there was still a huge need in funding to cover the cost of gas, paying the driver, toll fees, truck maintenance, and more for this 18-wheeler.

Thanks to 51 members of ENDCrowd and one generous matching sponsor, eAccountable, the TAT staff watched their campaign exceed its fundraising goal of $10,000 in less than 90 days.

In February 2015, The Freedom Drivers Project left for Jacksonville, FL where 300 people toured the exhibit and an additional 200+ drivers became Certified Truckers Against Trafficking. In March 2015, The Freedom Drivers Project was featured at the Mid-America Trucking Show—the LARGEST trucking show in the world. Over 1,800 people toured the exhibit and 5,000 trucking industry members were educated.

We can’t wait to see where they pull up and make an impact next.


Freedom United is interested in hearing from our community and welcomes relevant, informed comments, advice, and insights that advance the conversation around our campaigns and advocacy. We value inclusivity and respect within our community. To be approved, your comments should be civil.

stop icon A few things we do not tolerate: comments that promote discrimination, prejudice, racism, or xenophobia, as well as personal attacks or profanity. We screen submissions in order to create a space where the entire Freedom United community feels safe to express and exchange thoughtful opinions.

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

This week

The "Migration Pact" that could mean the end of human rights in the E.U.

After nearly a decade of deliberation, the European Parliament recently passed a sweeping overhaul of the European Union’s asylum and migration rules with what is known as the “Migration Pact” which advocates say will lead to an increase in human rights abuses, including extreme exploitation. According to Al Jazeera, prominent E.U. figures like German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and E.U. Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson believe these reforms

| Wednesday April 10, 2024

Read more