Duluth leaders call for end of sex trade
January 10, 2017
DULUTH, Minn.—Nearly 80 people showed up for Duluth's annual program to end sex trafficking Monday, and to look around it was clear a lot of men remain late to arrive to the issue. Of the roughly 80 attendees at Trepanier Hall, the vast majority were women.
It's been that way for the event's five years.
"We need to get the attention of more men," said Shunu Shrestha, the trafficking program coordinator for Program for Aid to Victims, a downtown agency aimed at ending sexual violence.