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In 2016, the Texas State Secretary established the Texas Businesses Against Trafficking (TBAT) partnership for businesses across the state to stand together against human trafficking. This partnership encourages businesses to adopt a zero tolerance policy for human trafficking, train their employees on how to identify and report human trafficking victims, and encourage the businesses they work with to do the same. Three years later, there are only six businesses in the partnership, including 3rd Millennium Classrooms.

Early Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship

New relationships can be fun and exciting as you start a new chapter in your lives together. In the beginning, everything seems perfect, and you couldn’t imagine anything going wrong. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Sometimes your partner ends up having some flaws. And while some flaws are okay, like they love chocolate ice cream and you love vanilla, there are some red flags that can be unhealthy later on. Here are some behaviors to be on the lookout for in a new relationship:

Get Involved: Anti-Trafficking Resources

Over the past couple of years, 3rd Millennium Classrooms has been working with subject-matter experts to provide human identification and intervention training and resources. In honor of Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention month, we wanted to provide you with a list of our most-used collateral! 

Downloadable Resources

Keep these resources handy by downloading them below!

The Red Flags Of Human Trafficking

Is Human Trafficking Happening in Your Classroom?

You’ve probably been in school for a little bit by this point and gotten to know your students better. Do any of your students seem “off”? Maybe they don’t quite meet your eyes when they talk to you or they have already had some unexcused absences?

While not always, this could be an indicator of human trafficking. Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to exploit a person for labor or commercial sex. Unfortunately, many of these victims can go unnoticed in your classroom. 

Sex Trafficking and the COVID-19 Pandemic

How do stay-at-home orders, closed businesses, restricted movement, and quarantining affect traffickers and their victims? You might think that it would slow down, but the reality is that trafficking does not stop. In fact, as with other disasters, the COVID-19 pandemic has created new “opportunities” for traffickers. 


Traffickers target vulnerabilities.

What Can You Do About Human Trafficking?

Modern slavery is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world and generates more than $150 billion USD every year. And despite growing efforts to bring an end to this evil industry, less than 1% of victims are ever rescued. Human trafficking is real, and it’s happening all around us in the largest of cities to the smallest of towns. And while it may feel overwhelming to hear about the atrocities of this industry, there is something you can do about it.

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It’s still summer, and by this point, your kids may be getting antsy with all the time on their hands. That’s why it’s even more important to make sure that they are handling media responsibly. 

Tips to keep your teens safe this summer (and all through the year!):

June 01, 2020