Uncovering sex trafficking in Duluth, Minnesota: Part six

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In this week’s episode of Uncovering the Truth in Minnesota we talk with Mary Cowen, the Residential Program Manager for the Life House organization in Duluth, about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted sex trafficking in the community.

Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault (PAVSA) — Duluth Trafficking Task Force

pavsa.org

32 E 1st Street Suite 200

24-Hour Crisis Line — (218)726–1931

Office — (218)726–1442

American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO)

(218)722–7225

24-hour hotline: (218)461–8505

Email them here

Human Trafficking Hotline

1(888)373–7888

Text: 233733

Izabel Johnson

Izabel has always had a passion for reading, writing, and solving mysteries. These passions, along with the support of her family, friends, and coffee, are the driving forces behind Izabel’s work in investigative journalism. When she is not working, she is most likely spending time with friends and family or unwinding with some Netflix or a good book. Izabel is a senior at the University of Minnesota Duluth and will graduate in December 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in communication.

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